Silently I Cried

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America Star Books, Aug 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 190 pages
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"I never thought that anything so good -- like giving a baby to my sister -- could hurt so bad." Filled with love, sadness, frustration, anger, and guilt, Charlotte faces the decision that simultaneously created and destroyed a family -- she had become a surrogate mother. In this true account, Charlotte unabashedly describes the aftermath of nearly losing her life while giving birth. She recounts the painful years of trying to reconcile her own complicated childhood while desperately seeking to know her own daughter. Silently I Cried is the primal scream of a woman who, while searching to find love in a family that had abandoned her, must hold together her own home and sanity. Those considering surrogacy will find an unparalleled honesty in Charlotte's soul-bearing account. Birthmothers who have given a child to another to raise will find a kindred spirit with whom to cry.

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