Evil Eyes: A Daugther's Memoir
You won't be able to put this book down as it depicts a life of a child who grew up with a psychopath father, malignant narcissist mother, and sexual molesting stepfather. Cherylann is brutally honest in her account of a life filled with loss and abandonment by the very people, her family, who should have protected and loved her. Cherylann's ability to articulate her xperiences are inspiring and gripping. She also forces the reader to take a hard look at the medical community and how they deal with children of abuse who often grow up with poor coping skills and selfdefeating behaviors. Written from the heart, Cherylann's harrowing childhood will keep you up at night. Despite her sad despair, Cherylann's inner strength, courage and justified anger, saved her time and again. This "can't put down book" will remind readers of the innocence of children and their need for society's protection, even from parents, and in this case, parents who loved themselves more than they loved a precious child named Cherylann. -Jean Sasson New York Times and international bestselling author Princess: A True Story of Life behind the Veil in Saudi Arabia Growing up Bin Laden: Osama's wife and son take us inside their secret world
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