Does anyone care how children feel when their parents don't get along or when the family breaks down? A nine-year-old girl does. Learn the impact of family dysfunction and divorce based on true stories in the life of the inquisitive child, Davida Kincaid, who struggles to escape impoverished living conditions in rural America, understand her mother of eighteen children, and adjust to the absence of her beloved father, a garbage man. Davida vividly shares how her teachers throughout her school years and her faith help her to triumph over every crushing blow to her heart. Let her inspire you to let go of the shameful garbage in your life.
|Publisher:||Gloria Shell Mitchell|
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About the Author
Gloria Shell Mitchell , aka Davida Kincaid, tells her story of growing up in Columbia, South Carolina during the 1950s and 1960s. The Garbage Man’s Daughter Series begins when her daddy David, a garbageman, abandons his family and her unemployed mama moves to the country with many children. Davida struggles to adjust to the loss of both her daddy and city life amenities. She credits support from a teacher at every grade level, her beloved grandpa, and her faith in God as helping her to overcome the pain of divorce. Gloria, an educator, minister and radio host, urges readers to let go of the garbage they carry from childhood into adult relationships. A divorce coach, she teaches about Christian marriage and the Family, and facilitates divorce support groups. She raises awareness to family issues children face and provides encouragement to individuals whose lives have been impacted by divorce and separation. Books about Davida Kincaid The Garbage Man’s Daughter Series: Letting Go of Shame (Book 1) Letting Go of SECRETS (Book 2) Letting Go of STRESS (Book 3) Letting Go of SCARS (Book 4) My Knotty Decision Bliss and Blisters in Love & Marriage Desire After Divorce