Cathy Glass Writing Styles in Damaged

Cathy Glass
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Perspective

"Damaged - The Heartbreaking True Story of a Forgotten Child" by Cathy Glass is written in the first person. It is a true story shared from the perspective of the author who was a veteran foster caregiver. She had successfully cared for dozens of foster children but when she accepted the troubled Jodie into her home as a foster child, she had never before been so challenged or encountered such a damaged child.

The emotional story is told from the heart and is honest and raw and heartfelt. The bizarre behavior of the girl is a first-hand account and brings a gritty realism to child abuse and the parents and social systems that let lost children like Jodie down. No one cold have been more credible than the author in the writing of this tragic story.

In her twenty years of being a foster carer, Cathy Glass took...

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