Taylor's Way

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Taylor's Way: A Father's Very Special Relationship with His Son is an intriguing portrayal of how one father has struggled to manage his own very busy life with that of his wife, their three typical children and his special needs son, Taylor. Mr. Myers provides very candid, personal stories of raising a child with special needs through a personal chronology of events, activities and stories that might make you stand up and cheer, pause to reflect and maybe cry a little. He also presents some helpful hints and ...

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Overview

Taylor's Way: A Father's Very Special Relationship with His Son is an intriguing portrayal of how one father has struggled to manage his own very busy life with that of his wife, their three typical children and his special needs son, Taylor. Mr. Myers provides very candid, personal stories of raising a child with special needs through a personal chronology of events, activities and stories that might make you stand up and cheer, pause to reflect and maybe cry a little. He also presents some helpful hints and recommendations on where a parent might go for information or resources and how to cope and succeed in our very fast-moving and ever-changing world. If you are a parent with a special needs child or adult, or if you are interested in a very touching and moving story, you must read Taylor's Way.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781448921706
  • Publisher: Publish America
  • Publication date: 11/25/2009
  • Pages: 212
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.48 (d)

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  • Posted January 18, 2010

    The author let's us into his world with his story of his son and the bond that is formed between them

    The author of Taylor's Way, Christopher L. Myers tells of a whole new world that a normal reader would not know about in raising a mentally challenged child. His love, devotion and compassion for his son, Taylor, is evident throughout the reading of this book. My admiration for the author is greatly enhanced by his patience, mental strength and spiritual dealings that he reveals in this book. So much of what we take for granted surfaces as you read this book about Taylor.

    Just like the author Myers does in Taylor's Way, all parents want what is right for their children. The author is an advocate everyday in his fight to stand up his son and is not shy in doing it. The author cannot change his son Taylor, but demonstrates an on-going drive to enhance his son's limited abilities, channeling the frustrations, and creates a never ending bond for each other.

    This is a great view into an otherwise unknown world for most parents.

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