Wonderfully compelling post that captures what is often simply dismissed. As much as I know many things that Hope and I deal with are “normal” for kids her age, there are many shades that are remnants of Hope’s past neglect and abuse. Love may help, but it certainly doesn’t completely heal.
December 1, 2013
What Happens After the Headlines
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