The Mime Child

Front Cover, Feb 21, 2013 - Family & Relationships - 46 pages
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A child, who is called The Mime Child, is born to a hearing-impaired Mother and learns how much the silence of her deafness impacted his life. While they both initially think of each other as impaired, their journey through life helps them realize that they were both really enhanced beings and not impaired. The story is told through the eyes of the Mime Child who suffers with embarrassment at his Mother's hearing-impairment and becomes a mime not realizing that this was a gift his Mother bestowed upon him. His Mother's death causes him to have an epiphany in which he sees the true meaning of his Mother's impact on him: to make him a greater communicator.

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About the author (2013)

I began my journey to this writing as an actor, mime and singer in New York, Los Angeles and Las Vegas. After ten successful years in show business, I joined the world of radio media, in Las Vegas, in sales and sales management, After my Mother passed away in 2006, I was motivated to write "The Mime Child." In 2008, I began a career in professional public speaking using my mime background to help people understand how to more effectively use their powerful nonverbal skills to communicate more effectively. I currently work with Middle School students to help them understand their inherent verbal and nonverbal communication power.

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