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Book details
  • Genre:BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
  • SubGenre:Personal Memoirs
  • Language:English
  • Pages:258
  • eBook ISBN:9781483518183

Dottie's Daughter Mother Never Loved Me

by Rosie Robinson

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Overview
My name is Rosie Robinson and I am the author of "Dottie's Daughter, Mother Never loved Me". This book is about my life growing up in a household with both parents who suffered from mental illnesses such as, my mother's explosive disorder/schizophrenia/paranoid behavior. My little brother being autistic with explosive disorder. My father also had schizophrenia which is a severe case of multiple personalities.
Description
My name is Rosie Robinson and I am the author of "Dottie's Daughter, Mother Never loved Me". This book is about my life growing up in a household with both parents who suffered from mental illnesses such as, my mother's explosive disorder/schizophrenia/paranoid behavior. My little brother being autistic with explosive disorder. My father also had schizophrenia which is a severe case of multiple personalities.
About the author
My name is Rosie Robinson and I am the Author of {Dottie's Daughter Mother Never Loved Me.} Everything that I write is truly from my heart. I don't hold anything back when I'm writing. I cry when I write, I throw my pen and papers, I get upset, and I also stop and I pray. But I mostly give thanks to my aunt Dottie for giving me all of her love and making me a strong person so that I can survive in this life. I know if one person can give me love like this and help me through it all I can also give my love to someone who needs it. Through this book I want people who are experiencing the same situation to come out and not be embarrassed and know that they are not alone. Gratefully Rosie Robinson