Waking in Winter
Sends a powerful message that neither abuse nor disease can conquer the human spirit.# Is a true story that provides hope and assurance to men who were sexually abused as boys.# Shows how those whose childhoods have been ripped away can truly heal and emerge as wonderful adults.Based on a true story, this book provides hope to a world that is all too reluctant to deal with a taboo subject: men who were sexually abused as boys. In this book we see a man whose childhood was ripped away, to the healing of the child within and the emergence of a wonderful adult. What began as a journey of confusion ended with a journey of meaning.We are reminded that it is not the evil in the world that determines the course of men's lives but rather the responses and resources that are combined to address that evil.The powerful message is that neither abuse nor disease can fully conquer the human spirit.CLICK HERE TO ADD AN AUTHOR BIO.CLICK HERE TO ADD a CUSTOMER REVIEW.CLICK HERE TO ADD AN EDITORIAL REVIEW.# Id: 707
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