Josef was a husband, a businessman, a friend. But he was also a man hopelessly addicted to sex and all things sexual in nature. Stemming from an assignment his therapist gave him, this book explores the many aspects of sex that are hidden and looked-down upon by society. Josef's life was a rollercoaster, littered with massage parlors, mistresses, transsexuals and gay encounters. The things that happened to Josef, most people would find horrifying, twisted, or at least strange. But Josef loved every bit of it. He loved it so much he built a complete life around his sexual urges and desires for 60 years, living in a prison of his own making. He wanted out, but the power of desire is a formidable enemy.
Parts of Josef's story are very confronting, and not for the prudish or faint-hearted. But Fifty Shades of Truth is a wonderfully entertaining, sometimes humorous, sometimes shocking, sometimes challenging, but always entertaining account of this man’s life.
About the author
The author is a man who has lived two lives. One ordinary and the other extraordinary. His story has not been fabricated, exaggerated, or embellished in any way. It’s the raw truth and he’s not really sure why he wrote it, but his therapist thought it was a good idea. Writing down his life’s story might simply be a part of the healing process, so he can finally move on with his life and live it like a normal person.
This has been written in a way that tries to depict how the author felt at the time and how he feels now, and he can only use words or terms that make that possible. This book is not for the prudish or faint-hearted, so if you like your reality painted over and sugar-coated, then this book is not for you.