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'Dear Dad' by Sundi Jo Graham

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This is a book that deserves a lot of respect for it and the author that has poured her heart and life out into a book about her life. This book is more than just a book. It's the life of a woman that has the fear of turning out to have characteristics of her late earthly father. She has her own site for the book:

Sundi Jo Graham has written "Dear Dad" by going along with her journals as she does her writing. She's very honest with the things that her dad done to her, her pains and many other things that occurred while she was growing up.

While reading "Dear Dad" you'll be able to feel her pain, anger and every emotion that she has felt and gone through during the times that she writes about in her life.

Everyone will, at sometime, in their lives start to scream "Why me?" and she's not the only one that has suffered through these times. There are so many people that have been sexually abused as children that the system needs to be more alert and aware of what goes on and the signs that need to be seen and visible. Some seek help, some don't know how to. This book is one that can help to open eyes of the ones that have suffered and the things that are felt, consumed and dealt with. Those feelings can eventually consume a person.

This book deserves 2 thumbs up all the way. The author deserves that and a huge hug with a pat on the back. Sundi Jo, you're never alone, you're brave, you're not to blame. You are loved by many. Dear Dad can be purchased through Amazon by clicking here.


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