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In A Mother's Cry - He's Still My Child, you will enter the world of: Child vs. Parent - Realize how important it is to establish a nurturing and loving relationship, which is the main ingredient of a strong foundation in parental responsibility. Society vs. Parent - Be exposed to the challenges a parent incurs within the schools, juvenile court systems, and even from family. Learn how to get results. Parent vs. Self - Feel emotions of hurt, anger, disbelief, stress, determination, courage, and satisfaction! Find your point of getting over denial and letting go of guilt, while working toward balance, in the midst of A Mother's Cry - He's Still My Child. 'This book is your constant reminder that as a child begins to challenge you, he or she is still your child. As responsible parents, we should commit to learning how to pray and never give up on them. However, we must know when to let go and let God.' Sharon Willis Asheville, North Carolina 'Wow! I really like it. When I read the chapter 'To You, Son' I had tears in my eyes. The book is very, very touching!' Tanja Rubenbauer Bavaria, Germany 'It is particularly hard for a mother to watch her child make inappropriate decisions and avoid giving up on them. This book has therapeutic value because it is written by a mother who shares her experience in dealing with a challenging child. The book has a great potential to help others that have not reached a balanced point. It encompasses situations all parents could encounter. This is a book that all parents and guardians should read.' Robert Simmons, Life Coach for Community Action Opportunities Asheville, North Carolina
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Book Description Tate Publishing & Enterprises, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1598865048
Book Description Tate Publishing & Enterprises, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1598865048