Mad Random: Claiming Life Out of Chaos

Mad Random: Claiming Life Out of Chaos

by Donna Miller

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Mad Random: Claiming Life Out of Chaos by Donna Miller

REVISED SECOND EDITION: Mad Random: Claiming Life Out Of Chaos chronicles one family's struggle to find normalcy while raising a son with severe emotional disabilities. Brutally honest, yet laugh out loud funny, this book shines a light on the anxiety, heartbreak and rage experienced by thousands of families seeking acceptance for their difficult, quirky children. This wild, gritty book ultimately leads readers to the miracles of hope and love.


I was asked recently what I hope people will learn from reading this new edition of Mad Random: acclaiming Life Out of Chaos. I am truly in awe of parents who gracefully answer the call to parent difficult kids. They teach me something every day for my Blog, madrandomparenting.com, and in my writing coaching work. There’s nothing I can give to these heroes except my invitation to find joy, love fully, believing in the gift of today. My wish is that reading this latest revision book can help provide parents and families inspiration and encouragement.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781605712253
Publisher: Northshire Bookstore
Publication date: 08/25/2016
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.70(d)

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Mad Random: Claiming Life Out Of Chaos 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Lynda22 More than 1 year ago
I found Mad Random:  Claiming Life Out of Chaos by Donna Miller an eye-opening and perfect read for any family who has ever loved a child and the medical doctors, educators, or counselors who support them.  It is a love story between parent and child and the heart-breaking frustration of not finding the cause of Jack's difficulties or the "answer" to helping their son overcome his severe emotional disabilities.  I found myself crying or laughing, sometimes both at the same time, as I turned each page.  I give this book a resounding five stars. Lynda C. North Carolina