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Download Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub Á Lucinda Berry The Perfect Child Read É E-book, or Kindle E-pub Owning under the pressure and Christopher refuses to see Janie’s true natureHannah knows that Janie is manipulating Christopher and isolating him from her despite Hannah’s attempts to bring them all together But as Janie’s behavior threatens to tear Christopher and Hannah apart the truth behind Janie’s past may be enough to push them all over the edg. Audiobooknarrated by Christine Williams Erin Bennett Dan John MillerThe three voice narrators kept me interested really hookedOne reviewer compared this to Baby Teeth Both books deal with a mentally troubled childBut where Baby Teeth was fiction nonsense in which several of my friends who are child therapists agree Baby Teeth being way out in left field one which few therapists vouch it s realistic ualities in which a young child expresses she wants daddy to kill mommy while watching them have sex The Perfect Child was written by a child trauma therapist I thought it was very plausible from beginning to end The child s behavior was disturbing but realistic she had been severely abused by her birth mother making us have tons of empathy as to just how hard every single day is for everyone The child and new adoptive parents The Perfect Child is than a disturbing story its an ongoing chronic nightmare of a storybut also FASCINATINGThe ending was weak but the rest of it had me curious as to what s the solution How does a couple raise help and support a severely emotionally disturbed child How does a child who has been soooo traumatize heal How much can you expect fromloving responsible adults The child in this story Janie had unpredictable and unbearable tantrums She finger painted with her own poop broke toys killed an animal was manipulative controlling hurt other children and had extreme attachment displacement disorder Her new adoptive parents were willing to do everything possible to rehabilitate the childWith every type of therapy imaginable and their undivided loving attention But Janie made it extremely difficult to succeed Anyone who has worked with children social workers teachers pediatric medical doctors nurses parents foster care parents or have adopted a child might consider reading this book I suggest the AudiobookMuch respect for author Lucinda BerryShe knows what she s doingTerrific psychological character study of all the main characters Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone past may be enough to Pretend God Is Deaf push them all over the edg. Audiobooknarrated by Christine Williams Erin Bennett Dan John MillerThe three voice narrators kept me interested really hookedOne reviewer compared this to Baby Teeth Both books deal with a mentally troubled childBut where Baby Teeth was fiction nonsense in which several of my friends who are child therapists agree Baby Teeth being way out in left field one which few therapists vouch it s realistic ualities in which a young child expresses she wants daddy to kill mommy while watching them have sex The Perfect Child was written by a child trauma therapist I thought it was very Cased Images Tintypes KwikGuide plausible from beginning to end The child s behavior was disturbing but realistic she had been severely abused by her birth mother making us have tons of empathy as to just how hard every single day is for everyone The child and new adoptive Las Puertas Del Amor parents The Perfect Child is than a disturbing story its an ongoing chronic nightmare of a storybut also FASCINATINGThe ending was weak but the rest of it had me curious as to what s the solution How does a couple raise help and support a severely emotionally disturbed child How does a child who has been soooo traumatize heal How much can you expect fromloving responsible adults The child in this story Janie had unpredictable and unbearable tantrums She finger Discoveries Voodoo Search for the Spirit Discoveries Abrams painted with her own Idenics parents were willing to do everything Night Owl Loonette The Big Comfy Couch possible to rehabilitate the childWith every type of therapy imaginable and their undivided loving attention But Janie made it extremely difficult to succeed Anyone who has worked with children social workers teachers Deadshifted pediatric medical doctors nurses The Hole of the Pit parents foster care The Essential Jim Brickman Vol 4 PianoVocalChords parents or have adopted a child might consider reading this book I suggest the AudiobookMuch respect for author Lucinda BerryShe knows what she s doingTerrific Teddy psychological character study of all the main characters

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Download Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub Á Lucinda Berry The Perfect Child Read É E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ms an instant connection with her and he convinces Hannah they should take her home as their ownBut Janie is no ordinary child and her damaged psyche proves to be than her new parents were expecting Janie is fiercely devoted to Christopher but she acts out in increasingly disturbing ways directing all her rage at Hannah Unable to bond with Janie Hannah is dr. BEWARE OF SPOILERS A dead meth addict s child being wild proves to be a pretty good read even though placed far out in the field of unbelievable I m not sure where the ending is though Do regular 6 year old undernourished kids the size of a newborn even crazy ones have the necessary strength to kill a grown up meth addictIs it really all right to ignore that the kid s mentally ill And she s not just blandly ill but bonkers and plenty dangerous to other people not just herselfAll the manipulation they were letting Janie do it wasn t improving even her own state Kids are clever than we realize and had they actually communicated to Janie that she can t do things she does she would ve been uick to improve Obviously she knew well how to behave with the people she wanted to look good Where do they get those irrationally patient women like Hannah They were raking her over the coals for virtually nothing I don t really thing her psychotic scribblings or hallucinations were real No wonder she got psychotic a double whammy of gaslihting and lying and raising hand on her husband kid She should ve given a good walloping to her husband maybe knocking some sense into him would have helped And the kid Janie one really needs to be straightforward with discipline for all kids They just weren t clear enough in communicating to her which things are not ever to be done Of course to have such talks they first would have to acknowledge that Janie s doing weird shit But no they go full on with blinders still on Anyway discipline is good there are some miraculous kids that won t go and push people off the stairs to their death but BUT it s ok if sometimes they get up to things that they would need to be stopped from Like no killing any animals rule Locking the refrigerators I don t think that s the best practice considering her eating history I don t see anything being done other than drastic controlling her food intake Psychological help anyonePsychology sucks in here all right Hannah gets on heavy medication while what she needed was some family therapy and respite from the kid that was driven by something And a caring husband of courseI m not sure why the author skipped considering how the mother taking meth could ve affected the daughter since Janie obviously was abnormal from the start of her career of resident l enfant terrible Especially considering her supposedly professional insight on the social sciences issuesI knew what was expected of me with their uestions Talking freely and open endedly could result in me saying something I wasn t supposed to Nerves twisted my stomachcIt never crossed anyone s mind that someone else might be in trouble I wished it would ve Maybe then things would ve ended differently cThere s something really amazing about watching someone transform before your eyes It s like witnessing a small miracle I don t want you to miss it cIt seemed torturous not to feed her but the doctors had assured us that keeping her on her schedule was the best thing for her c I don t even know why she freaked out I mean one second we were coloring and the next minute she just freaked out for no reason I didn t even tell her no or anything cShe was too young to be that manipulative And besides Hannah was an adult She could handle it c Damn stupid It drives me crazy that he doesn t see how disturbing it is I understand that she s got mom issues but she s so hostile toward me now Not to mention that it s manipulative and controlling c Damn unhelpful This is the daddy She pointed to the little girl in the chair next to him And this is the girl Is there a mommy Janie curled her lips in disgust No There s no mommy c Uh huh She s had a traumatic disconnect from love and attachment with a maternal figure In her mind the world isn t a safe place and mothers can t be trusted Think about it usually when babies cry they re picked up or fed when they re hungry But Janie s never had this She doesn t trust you so she rejects you even though you re exactly what she needs the most c Children of trauma are experts at triangulation Triangulation I asked The child will act a certain way with one parent and a different way with the other parent They try all kinds of things to drive a wedge in the parents relationship Janie doesn t do that c DenialI hadn t paid attention to the last ten minutes of our session because I d been trying to wrap my head around purposefully manipulating a six year old child especially one who d been traumatized into doing something you wanted them to c Denial and lack of understanding about parenting a kid Any kid much less a problematic oneShe was communicating her feelings in the only way she knew how and everything I d researched stressed the importance of letting abused children make their own choices c Which just goes that bad books shouldn t be taken at face value And a perfect illustration that reading a bunch of books doesn t necessarily make everyone an expert without critical thinking Or even with itWe practice fairness in our family It all sounded right but felt wrong in my gutShe narrowed her eyes to slits No No You have to say good night to me Say good night to me Janie screamed c A regular ill behaved kid Did they keep going back to Dr Chandler They did Even after she d suggested a therapy practice that ended up hurting Janie Yes they continued seeing Dr Chandler Because you want to know the craziest thing about that entire incident I didn t wait for either of them to answer It worked Janie started talking to Hannah again c Well sometimes a kid does need to went it even chewing themselves or whateverI d trained myself a long time ago not to get excited That was when you got hurt cI tried to pretend I was happy and excited about the baby but all I could think about was Janie and how it would affect her c Horrible attitude She jumped up and kicked Cole s carrier He s stupid And ugly Ugly stupid baby She kicked the carrier again and it fell on its side Cole rolled onto the 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just freaked out for no reason I didn t even tell her no or anything cShe was too young to be that manipulative And besides Hannah was an adult She could handle it c Damn stupid It drives me crazy that he doesn t see how disturbing it is I understand that she s got mom issues but she s so hostile toward me now Not to mention that it s manipulative and controlling c Damn unhelpful This is the daddy She Fructele maniei vol 1 pointed to the little girl in the chair next to him And this is the girl Is there a mommy Janie curled her lips in disgust No There s no mommy c Uh huh She s had a traumatic disconnect from love and attachment with a maternal figure In her mind the world isn t a safe Road Cash place and mothers can t be trusted Think about it usually when babies cry they re This Kind of War A Study in Unpreparedness picked up or fed when they re hungry But Janie s never had this She doesn t trust you so she rejects you even though you re exactly what she needs the most c Children of 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Download Î E-book, or Kindle E-pub Á Lucinda Berry The Perfect Child Read É E-book, or Kindle E-pub A page turning debut of suspense about a young couple desperate to have a child of their own and the unsettling conseuences of getting what they always wanted Christopher and Hannah are a happily married surgeon and nurse with picture perfect lives All that’s missing is a child When Janie an abandoned six year old turns up at their hospital Christopher for. There was a knock on the door I peeped behind the curtains to see who it was then I didn t bother to write a review after all The Breach of Crowns page turning debut of suspense about a young couple desperate to have a child of their own and the unsettling conseuences of getting what they always wanted Christopher and Hannah are a happily married surgeon and nurse with Icebergs A Novel picture The Line perfect lives All that’s missing is a child When Janie an abandoned six year old turns up at their hospital Christopher for. There was a knock on the door I Your Naughty Playmate 3 Cuckolding Fantasy peeped behind the curtains to see who it was then I didn t bother to write a review after all

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  • The Perfect Child
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