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The Face of Dysfunction

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The Face of Dysfunction is a concentrated summary of negative and damaging behaviors found in dysfunctional families that interfere with healthy functioning and interactions found in functional families.

Sara NilesiPen Name for Josephine Thompson), a former domestic violence trainer and counselor and author of The Torn Trilogy, narrates this concise and powerful work.
Kindle Edition, 17 pages
Published March 1st 2012 by Impact Books & Art
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Jan 15, 2013 Sara Niles rated it really liked it  ·  (Review from the author)
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It is my book: I am in the process of a re-write and edit in order to create a more effective version.
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I was raised by eighty year-old relatives, my great-great uncle and several great aunts, all full of life's wisdom gained from years of living challenging lives. I learned storytelling from the best: my Uncle Robert told stories every night while sitting on the porch swing during breezy summer nights, as my Aunt Mollie, Aunt Bessie and Aunt Fannie chimed in. The days were full of hard work keeping
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