A Father's Double Life: (New Edited Edition)
Little Michael's life wasn't the greatest, but he was doing just fine. That's until his father does the unthinkable and sexually molests him while turning his life upside down. Travel with Michael on his journey throughout his childhood as he if forced to grow up in supersonic speed. Read about how he cares for his mentally challenged brother and younger sister while his mother is sick in the hospital, during which time, he is taken advantage of and abused by his father. Michael not only deals with the issue of being tormented by his dad, but his family also endures poverty. In addition, he deals with the everyday life experiences that an average teenager goes through which includes being bullied, peer pressure and just wanting to fit in with the rest of the kids, so much to the the degree, that he even has thoughts of suicide. Michael very blountly tells it like it is, in this page turning tale of resiliency, inner strength, and courage. * Learn what the tell tale signs may be if your child is being sexually or otherwise abused * Know what steps you can take if something like this happens to your kid *Experience first hand what kind of thoughts goes through the mind of an abused child A MUST READ FOR PEOPLE OF ALL AGES; Nina Faulks, MA, Psychology
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