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Detached: Surviving Reactive Attachment Disorder

by Jessie Hogsett

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This book truly helped open my eyes to the world of a child with reactive detachment disorder. Being a mother of a child with this condition, I was desperate to understand. I am so thankful to this author for putting himself out there to help those of us who cannot possibly understand this world, to at least let us take a glimpse.

The story of a boy through the turmoil of abandonment, separation, adoption, group homes, then finally being on his own.... and how he managed to rise from the muck and succeed at life is just amazing. ( )
  ShadowRhelm | Jul 9, 2014 |
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DETACHED! SURVIVING REACTIVE ATTACHMENT DISORDER is the true story of a young boy who never "attached" or "bonded" with his alcoholic mother. He felt unloved, uncared for, unsafe, sad, lonely and extremely angry. As he grew up, he, like most Reactive Attachment Disordered kids, acted out, exhibiting severely antisocial, even violent, behavior. You'll travel back in time to view a young child's life through his own eyes. You'll see an innocent boy become a severely emotionally disturbed teen. Then, against all odds, you'll read about miracles few ever thought possible.

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