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Dancing with a porcupine : parenting wounded children without losing your self / Jennie Owens.

By: Owens, Jennie.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Kennewick, WA : Forever Homes Publishing, 2019Edition: First edition.Description: 238 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780692831847; 0692831843.Other title: Parenting wounded children without losing your self.Subject(s): Adopted children -- Psychology | Psychic trauma in children | Adopted children -- Psychology | Psychic trauma in childrenDDC classification: 649.145 Summary: "In Dancing with a Porcupine, Jennie Owens shares with humor and raw honesty the compelling story of her struggle to save her own life while caring for three children she and her husband adopted from foster care. How could she stay loving, giving, and forgiving in the midst of a daily battle with children acting out the rage, resentment, and pain of their own traumatic pasts? When faith, endurance, and creativity are not enough, what's next?" -- Amazon.com
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"In Dancing with a Porcupine, Jennie Owens shares with humor and raw honesty the compelling story of her struggle to save her own life while caring for three children she and her husband adopted from foster care. How could she stay loving, giving, and forgiving in the midst of a daily battle with children acting out the rage, resentment, and pain of their own traumatic pasts? When faith, endurance, and creativity are not enough, what's next?" -- Amazon.com

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