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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 328 pages
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A young girl is raped by the school bus driver, mocked by the investigating authorities and abandoned by her family. This is her journey through foster care as a ward-of-the-state, the pitfalls of open adoption, anerexia, bulimia, addiction, multiple sclerosis, Youth Ministry and much more. The true story of a young girl's walk in faith.
 

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Contents

Chapter Two I Had To Grow Up
9
Chapter Three I Meet The One
19
Chapter Four My Battle with Multiple Sclerosis
30
Chapter Five Bushy Logic
38
Chapter Six My Journey with Tom
63
Chapter Seven The Challenges of Parenting
74
Chapter Eight The Plight of Children in Todays
95
Chapter Nine My Work as a Youth Minister
111
Chapter Thirteen How a Retreat Changed Everything
181
Chapter Fourteen History Repeats Itself
191
Chapter Fifteen The Sad Loss of Common Sense
199
Chapter Sixteen The Consequences of Our Removal
206
Chapter Seventeen What It Means to Me to be a Catholic
216
Chapter Eighteen The Scourge of Racism and Intolerance
233
Chapter Nineteen The Pitfalls of Open Adoption
261
Chapter Twenty Our Judgmental Attitudes
271

Chapter Ten My Unfulfilled Desire to be a Priest
154
Chapter Eleven The Hypocrisy of Christians
164
Chapter Twelve How Drugs Corrupt Our Youth
175
Chapter Twenty One My New Experience This Year of Lent
288
Epilogue
307
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