Frank J. Minette is a father, who after a divorce, experienced the loss of his son through parental alienation caused by his former spouse turning his son against him. In spite of his endless love and continued attempts to restore the relationship with his son, his efforts have remained unsuccessful. The closeness that once existed between them has shattered into pieces and like Humpty Dumpty, those pieces can probably never be put together again.
This book explores the conundrum experienced by a child after a divorce. How does a child remain close to one parent from whom they are physically separated without alienating the other? When a parent turns a child against the other parent, the closeness between the child and the separated parent can shatter into pieces. And like Humpty Dumpty, those pieces can probably never be put back together.