Life Without...My Father by the Son I Became

Life Without My Father by the Son I Became Life Without follows the path of Dave as he suffers at the hands of his violent parents Putting himself in harms way to protect his sister Dave searches for someone who believes him until by chance

  • Title: Life Without...My Father by the Son I Became
  • Author: DaveWhite
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 484
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Life Without follows the path of Dave as he suffers at the hands of his violent parents Putting himself in harms way to protect his sister, Dave searches for someone who believes him, until by chance he discovers the truth That his tormentor is not his real father Losing all trust in the people around him, and forced to leave his sister with Dad Dave looks for a way tLife Without follows the path of Dave as he suffers at the hands of his violent parents Putting himself in harms way to protect his sister, Dave searches for someone who believes him, until by chance he discovers the truth That his tormentor is not his real father Losing all trust in the people around him, and forced to leave his sister with Dad Dave looks for a way to escape his past But joining the Army, as bullying reaches an all time high, the life he has chosen will be a hard one indeed Discipline and training give him the strength to fight back, his determination and courage wins respect But this life will also bring war, and with it comes the pain of loss and injury Now trapped in the solitude of depression, Dave faces the only thing he fears The memory of his Life Without

    One thought on “Life Without...My Father by the Son I Became”

    1. What a brilliant and emotional read.It doesn't seem right saying how much I enjoyed reading this book considering the subject. But it was put together so well i really struggled to put it down and read it in just two sittings.A mixture of emotions felt throughout reading this book with the odd tear shed.And a whole lot of questions. How? Why?How and why does anyone treat a child in such a way, How could anyone do such things to another human being?And as a parent How can you see you child go thr [...]

    2. How does a child live when he is walking around with untreated broken bones?i had the pleasure of reading the manuscript without knowing the author or the story.I have a few tears in my eyes.It is written without adding in the blood and gore of each of the situations. The lack of that element made it even more shocking to believe that it could have happened to a child; your silence speaks more than you could ever put into words.I winced many many times but was never horrified in the sense that i [...]

    3. Read this on Kindle this week. Rarely read autobiography about child abuse as I used to be a social worker and find it too raw. However I found the first half a hard going but powerful description of child victimisation. Then the second half was intriguing to realise the effect of both PTSD and broken bones in adulthood. I originally settled on 3 stars for reading enjoyment but increased it to 4 stars in admiration and recognition of the achievement of authorship of someone denied so much school [...]

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