Memoir – Broken Child Mended Man

Broken Child Mended ManBroken Child Mended Man
By Adam Starks, Ph.D.
Publisher: BookTango
Published: August 2014
ISBN: 9781468950083
ASIN: B00MUT6VPM
Genre: Autobiography/Memoir
Formats Available For Review: epub, ebook, mobi, kindle, nook, scribd, ibook, kobo

Broken Child Mended Man is a remarkably compelling memoir touching on childhood neglect, years in foster care and overcoming the odds to graduate college. Highlighting the emotional and psychological ups and downs during his formative years, Adam Starks manages to reveal human resilience in its most authentic form. Through a life of trial and error, the author displays bountiful courage by achieving life’s milestones without a role model. Adam also addresses his dealing with the inner chaos resulting from the trauma of being placed in foster care that nearly led to his demise along the way.

Broken Child Mended Man is for anyone having trouble with their current circumstances or just looking for ways to support the broken souls within their community. The surprisingly positive message throughout the book will help any reader establish solid footing as they seek purpose and the will to persevere through life’s hardships.

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