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Support for the Complex Child ... and Writing

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    Support for the Complex Child ... and Writing

    We have so many good writers on this forum! (Miah, your recent posts were amazing.)

    One of our writer-moms, kimrankin, sent this to me. I thought someone here might appreciate the numerous resources on this site about the Complex Child, along with Kim's published article:

    How My Son Lost His Childhood

    For anyone else who enjoys sharing through writing, I just posted a new article to encourage writing and publishing from home.