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  • Wake up mummy

    Loved this book.. poor Anna.. but shows u how life is a cycle and everything is learnt.. by annas grandma to her mum and then anna starting to follow in her mums footsteps

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  • Wake Up Mummy by Anna Lowe - highly recommend

    It was hard to continue reading, at times. There was so much dis-function, with the adults mentioned, it was hard for me to blame and or point a finger to any one, specifically, because of the initial problem with the two young kids (adults) have sex, and of course the older generation / old school adults will say ~ you have sex, you get married. Nuff' said. Repercussions were not thought of, so generation after generation, continued to repeat the same horrific abuse issues, they had been dealt. Poor little Anna, as a child, with no one to turn to, no where to go, was such a wreck when she reached adulthood, the vicious cycle continued, with all of the bad relationships she had. Just because a man showed her the slightest amount of attention, she was estatic. Soon afetr she had him moving in with her, even though she know how destructive it was. It was the only attention she felt she deserved, so it continued for another brief time, and she continued to be with child after child. With these things being said, her abusive, horrific childhood, made her so much better as a mother to her own children, leaves the reader thinking how precious the tender little guys (they had been blessed with) really DO NEED AFFECTION during their growth years. When we see things that we don't like, we should make every possible attempt to correct the situation before you or anyone else has been harmed. AGAIN, I WILL SAY:: these are my thoughts and opinions based on what I felt from reading. I hope this helps you in making your decision, and at least, read it and make your own choices.

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