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Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones But Words Can Hurt Forever: A Message from the Children in My Chair

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Every adult I have ever worked with has identified a broken, hurt or disillusioned child memory within; "The Children in my Chair." Susie had an intense phobia, Lucy was a compulsive over eater, Valerie believed women are subservient and had no voice, Noreen grew up with a lack mentality and was always broke, Erin never felt good enough, Julie believed she was unlovable, D ...more
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Published January 11th 2011 by Authorhouse (first published November 23rd 2010)
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Marilyn Dometraschuk

Trish has written a book which has the potential to empower all families to live a softer, gentler way. This book is my new found gift to every young family on my list. Thanks Trish, from the children in all of our chairs.
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