Wounded Angels: Lessons of Courage from Children in Crisis


The author shares firsthand stories from his years as a trauma therapist for children and families. Throughout his career he found he received as much as he gave, learned as much as he taught. He began to think of troubled children as angels bearing messages of what is most important in life; the need to be loved and to love someone in return; the cathartic power of facing the past; the willingness to forgive those who have hurt us; and the power of caring between parents and children. Like angels, the children in this book challenge us to listen to those we love, to struggle with pain and grow, and to work together to overcome obstacles.

Author: Kagan, Richard
Additional Author: Child & Family Press
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