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Don’t Call Me Mum

"This is quite simply one of the best books I have ever read. I literally could not put this down. It is a compelling read. Heart wrenching and engaging." (Amazon Reviewer)

 

A gripping page-turner of family anguish and a mother’s solitary fight against the system.

An out of control son. An outcast mother.
Is it ever acceptable to dislike your own child?

Tom is hyperactive, with severe behavioural issues.  In infancy, he screams all night.  As a toddler he is destructive and fearless.   At school, he is disruptive and lacking in concentration.  As he grows, so does the havoc, reaching a crescendo in his teenage years.

In her quest for support, Sarah consults every specialist available to her, to be met with blame and indifference.  This compulsive story of an outcast family, challenges the ‘I blame the parents’ view.  It is a ‘must-read’ for any parent who struggles and feels alone.  It has been described as a 'page turner,' where readers feel they are are reading a novel, rather than a memoir.

Available in e-book, paperback and audio book.

Also available as part of your Kindle Unlimited or Audible subscription.

“I read this book in a day. It's fast paced and a real page turner, the first page was a real hooker.” (Amazon Reviewer)

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