Cry Tomorrow's Tears

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AuthorHouse, Apr 11, 2005 - Family & Relationships - 380 pages
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This is the story of a young girl and her journey from innocence to abuse.

The constant struggles that she faces trying to keep her sanity intact will enable her to become a strong survivor and gives her the gift of empathy for others.

It ultimately deals with the heartaches and the joys of caregivers in our society today.

She now becomes a survivor who believes that if she can save herself then she can save you and this leads to the acceptance and the choice of becoming the principle caregiver of her dying father, mother, brother, beloved Aunt and eventually her youngest son.

For the young who will read this book- it will bring insight on choices.

For the middle age- it will bring hope and direction.

And for the old- it will show the security of love.

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About the author (2005)

Betty Bobinger is the mother of six children.  She has 13 grandchildren and she is the Great-grandmother of 5 girls & 1 boy.

She has served as President of the Women’s Aglow International chapter in her retirement home of The Villages, Florida.

She is the published author of many poems among them:

“Day-Dreams”

Also the published poem entitled:

“How do you embrace the Un-thinkable”; which was written after the death of her beloved youngest son David.

Her Poem “Deceived” won The International Poet of Merit award and a trophy was given plus a Medal of Honor for its presentation at the Orlando Symposium.

She has also been given the Editor’s choice Award and recognition for many of her works.

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