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8 out of 8 people found this review helpful.
I began this book as someone who never imagined that I would wan
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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.
Informative, eye opening, shocking
after taking care of two toddlers with attatchment issues, I would expect any prospective foster parent to question the history of the child, in order to help them and would never consider this voyeurism.
my heart broke for Dan. His time was running out fast for bonding.
this book is very informative, and I would suggest it for anyone who is or might be involved with foster care in any way, it definately portrays the realities of everyones choices involved in the whole process, good or bad, and is an excellent tool, thoughtprovoking,
I highly recommend reading when Love is not enough for anyone dealing with this type of child.
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Posted March 22, 2003
Gentle opening of a little soul, leaving memories of happiness
Kathy Harrison and her husband must be made of the most beautiful and toughest mettle...! The little Danny to whom they opened their home was so well described and their efforts to give him some love and an opportunity to remember good times despite his closed little soul reverberates.
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