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What About Me?: Coping with the Abduction of a Brother or Sister
Regina B. Schofield (pf); J. Robert Flores (fr)
Each year, there are more than 58,000 non-family abductions and more than 1 million children are reported missing. This staggering number doesnäó»t include the other young victims -- the sisters and brothers of those who have been abducted. These overlooked children suffer the loss of their sibling. Their lives are turned asunder and family patterns are irrevocably changed. This pub. is the effort of those who have lived the nightmare of losing a sister or brother. Eight siblings joined with a Dept. of Justice (DOJ) program to write this guide. They spoke from their hearts about the need for a resource for left-behind children whose needs are often overlooked. This guide is to let them know that others have shared their plight and have survived; that others understand their fears and, nevertheless, have gone on to live productive lives. It is to let them know that others have cried but, eventually, have moved on to laugh again. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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