This could be a love story of the author and an interesting and remarkable woman who wants to be free to do what she wants to do. However, there is more. Fear of dying is hard for a little girl, being her father's runner at 6 and 7 as he was smuggling people out of concentrations camps and they were surviving the war. As a runner, she had to remember 20 or more names and addresses without any notes. That usually leaves marks, but for Paula, after going through all that and more, she still wanted to be free to do what she wanted to do, and nothing could stop her from going on to succeed and become a leader for positive change. Paula, not yet seven, became her father's runner (when he was in the resistance against the German Nazis during WWII) to contact people and have them come to meetings for things he needed to share with them. Paula, as a child, was able to see the humanity in everyone, and therefore, she was able to forgive even someone who might want to harm her. Paula, as a physicist, wrote the most cited paper in science in a ten-year period. After that, she was fired as a physicist for having a baby and refusing to have an abortion in her seventh month that was required by the head of her research division to keep her job. She changed her course to become a psychologist to help men and women understand that everyone should be equal. As a psychologist, after she wrote her PhD dissertation, she wrote a paper, "Female Sexual Arousal and the Menstrual Cycle," in 1985. That paper has been cited over twenty-one thousand times from 1987 to 2020, and it still receives many citations per month. She still wants to be free to do what she wants to do. She has given hundreds of talks and workshops about men's and women's sex role differences, men's and women's sick leave differences, prevention, addiction, and she created Say It Straight Training and has taught this in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica, Malta, Egypt, Israel, the Czech Republic, the Slovak Republic, France, Holland, Norway, and Hong Kong, as well as on Army and Airforce bases in the United States and abroad in Germany, Guam, and South Korea. As time went on, she got her husband to work with her more and more. By the nineties, he was working with her a lot, and they also have fourteen master Say It Straight trainers. In 2014, Paula told her husband she wanted to stop traveling, and he and the master trainers can do the training. They currently live together in Austin, Texas.