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Mirage of Identity Illusion, confusion, victimisation, protection, direction, succession. A young girl growing up without the safety net of a family or parents from the age of two, a broken childhood, heroin addict parents and siblings scattered all over the world. This is the story of one woman A|s struggle to overcome the trials and tribulations of growing up with no family protection and care. Having to overcome battles such as domestic violence and other horrors, learn of one woman A|s battle to retain her innocence, liberate herself and overcome the obstacles of disturbing and difficult childhood. Find out how she overcame these traumatic experiences, turned her life around and then went on to excel in education. As an educated professional she has worked with several internationally renowned organisations. Learn how she coped with the loneliness of having no family and about her quest to seek love, family, an identity and acceptance, from other sources. Read this book to understand and equip yourself so you can live a life free from unnecessary pain, so that you too can realise your potential. Unlike many such pieces, this book has actually been written by the author who endured and experienced this story first hand. Experience A X A beautifully written novel A X A true story A X A manual full of valuable life lessons A X An inspirational and motivational narration For more information about the author please visit the following websites www.uhuruafrica.org www.jillthrussell.co.uk
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First and foremost I would like to thank God my father; he has been the constant, faithful factor in my life. He truly is my father and I love him deeply, I pray that I will always bring honour to his name. I would also like to thank my daughter Joanne, who has given me so much joy and happiness throughout the years. For all your encouragement love and support you really are more than a daughter could ever be. I appreciate your love, you mean the world to me and I am proud of the woman you are becoming. My female friends who have been like the sisters I never had, in order of when they entered into my life: Loveth Watson, Evelyn Mensah, Karen Cotter, Henriette Mopupula Mubanga, Joyce Williams, Sandra Joseph and Nicky Adeboga. Other close friends I have a lot of love for, who are like family to me, who have been significant in my life: Sammy & Susan Fadeyi, Janice and Jake Popoola, Oye & Gareth, Sidney Gwira, Amos Makuvise, Claudeth Livingston, some of whom if it wasn A|t for your friendship and support at times, I doubt I would be where I am today. A special thank you also to some of the people who really believed in me, whom I encountered through academic, Christian and professional capacities that supported me in whatever I chose to do with my life. Who mentored me in one form or another or showed me random acts of kindness which I truly appreciate.
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Book Description Impression Publishing, 2011. Paperback. Condition: Good. Good condition is defined as: a copy that has been read but remains in clean condition. All of the pages are intact and the cover is intact and the spine may show signs of wear. The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned. Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day. Seller Inventory # mon0009237060
Book Description Paperback. Condition: Good. The book has been read but remains in clean condition. All pages are intact and the cover is intact. Some minor wear to the spine. Seller Inventory # GOR008521382