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This is a tale, not very long ago or far away, about a little girl named Bella and her 6 brothers and sisters. Their parents, already burdened by their own addictions, are unable to care for even the most basic needs of their own innocent children. It is soon uncovered that these children are living in a terrible state of misery and neglect. The parents are eventually arrested and the Social Worker Agency randomly pairs up the bewildered children and sends them off into foster care. Will these children ever find each other again? Will they ever recover from these terrible events? Read the tale and find out what happened to this unfortunate family. The tale reflects the joys and pitfalls of adopting or fostering a child with a history of early trauma. It is accompanied by a parenting guide that provides practical step-by-step help in assisting families to work through their child's negative behaviors to achieve more positive ones.
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Nancy A. Clark MFT ia a licensed therapist in the state of California and a seasoned fairy tale writer. She is the co-author of The Forever Child Series. Ms. Clark has worked with children suffering from early traumatic backgrounds for over 20 years and is retired as a psychotherapist from one of the largest inner-city school districts in Southern California. She is a former foster parent, has four grown daughters and an adopted 12-year-old daughter with an early exposure of trauma. B. Bryan Post Ph.D. is an internationally recognized expert in the treatment of adopted children who have experienced trauma and neglect. An adopted child himself, Dr. Post knows firsthand the driving emotions behind the troubling behaviors demonstrated by some adopted children. In addition to having published numerous clinical/parenting articles and having produced videos on this topic, Dr. Post lectures throughout the United States and abroad on understanding and treating attachment disorders in children. He is the author of For All Things A Season and Co-author of The Foreverchild Series. Dr. Post is the founder of the Post Institute for Family-centered Therapy with offices In Oklahoma, Colorado, Virginia and Florida. For more information visit www.postinstitute.comReview:
I can really relate to how Bella feels and acts... and it (helped me) realize I am not alone. --Bethany F. (14)
We really appreciate the insight you provide in this very simple, yet powerful story. --Mary and Rolf, Adoptive Parents
This moving story and guide speaks clearly to parents. This is a unique and much-needed story. --Emily Jernberg, Ph.D.
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