Read "I Love You Mom, Please Don't Break My Heart" aloud during our House Church meeting. As the reading started there were a few sighs. 10 pages into the book the room was silent and faces in the room showed mouth's hanging open with shock and disbelief. By the time we finished the reading a few hours later, the room filled up with questions, comments, oh my goshes, and accolades.
I liked the book so well, I accepted the author's request to become my own co-author. John Borgstedt has a message to share, and this book is an excellent medium. I recommend him as a speaking guest to any platform needing a voice against child abuse both in the home, and in the youth mental health and juvenile correctional systems of our country. gdz
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Gary Zackery (Gary_Zackery_Author)
I have seen some of the most debased expression of humanity in my life (and unfortunately, I did some of those things). I have heard things human ears were never meant to hear (and unfortunately, … more