Michael and Me by Pam Schwartz

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Author Pam has blended her personal experience of being "different" with her dreams of how it could have been, and she has woven a tapestry of life that tells a story, poignant and charming. The reader will nod as personal experiences come to mind, and wonder, while viewing life through another's eyes and ears, whether there were times when observed actions were insensitive or unkind. From this novel's necessary character building chapters to its hints of what might develop, the reader senses that something magic is unfolding. Don't peek! As this page turner drives forward, pealing away its secrets, enjoy the travelogue, the insights, the history, and the lessons of life it offers the reader along its path. And tell your friends, including those who are, or know someone, "different" to get the paperback, hard cover or e-book so as to enjoy the story, and perhaps use the wonderful addendum resources that can contribute to greater happiness for those like Molly Freeman.
 

About Pam Schwartz

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This novel began several decades ago as a kind of diary of Pam's adult years and morphed into this romantic fairy tale with its happy ending. Hopefully, it will inspire those with Turner's syndrome, plus all those many millions of people who have experienced "first glance discrimination," to adopt a positive philosophy of life, as did Molly, the near clone of Pam in the novel, notwithstanding the gratuitous "hurts" along the way. To those who may need help from those with a similar story, check out the addendum and the web references cited, and offer YOUR help with a smile and word of encouragement to all. Hope you enjoy Molly's growth and joy; and that you have a reassuring "Michael experience" in your future. Pam has an MSW on Social Work and worked nearly 2 decades in NYC dealing with family and children's issues. She is available for book signings.
 
Published May 10, 2010 by AuthorHouse. 348 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships, Self Help. Non-fiction

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