Strength for Parents of Missing Children: Surviving Divorce, Abduction, Runaways and Foster Care

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Inspirational and transformational, leaves you feeling like you can conquer anything!Strength for Parents of Missing Children guides readers through life’s journey and helps them find joy and deeper purpose in the midst of pain. It’s The Purpose Driven Life for hard times. Marie has used the pain of her experience to reach out to others who are desperate for answers.While written with parents in mind, radio hosts, television hosts and reviewers have all said that it is a book for every human being.   Special features include:Inspiration Cards to cut out4 weeks of daily checklistsAdditional resourcesFree gifts  More than two million families in the United States have experienced a missing child. Numerous alienated parents, estranged grandparents, foster parents, pre-adoptive parents, and parents of drug-addicted children, are currently facing children missing from their lives. Some people break down mentally or suffer from PTSD. Other people become pathologically depressed, or turn to drugs and alcohol. Many choose to end their suffering through suicide. Marie has taken her family’s pain and turned it into the guidebook they didn’t have. Going back to day one, she walks parents through each stage of grief, offering hope, comfort and strategies. Strength for Parents of Missing Children was the solo medalist winner of the 2017 New Apple Literary Award and is the winner of the 2018 bronze medal from Reader’s Favorite.How do you continue living when your worst fear has been realized? There are books that deal with stress, or parental alienation, or grief and loss. This is the first book to address all these issues in a comprehensive survival guide for coping while your child is gone. Strength for Parents of Missing Children guides parents through their journey and helps them find joy and deeper purpose in the midst of pain. It’s The Purpose Driven Life for parents of missing or alienated children. Marie has used the pain of her experience to reach out to others who are desperate for answers while their child is gone. Featuring Experts: Dr. Sue Cornbluth Dr. Cornbluth is an expert in high-conflict divorce. She is a nationally recognized expert in parenting and childhood trauma and was named Woman of the Year 2016, by Women of Distinction Business Magazine. Logan Clarke Logan Clarke has spent more than 20 years finding missing children. As one of the top investigators in the world, Mr. Clarke has been profiled in several books, Newsweek, and television shows around the globe. Dr. Tim Benson Dr. Benson is a clinical instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He specializes in treating elite athletes, celebrities and high achievers in the professional world. His areas of interest are in addiction treatment and fostering resilience in athletes and entrepreneurs. Dr. Raymond Mitsch Dr. Mitsch is the Associate Professor and chair of the Psychology Department at Colorado Christian University. He has worked for Promise Keepers, WorldVenture, The Evangelical Alliance Mission and authored the best-selling book, Grieving the Loss of Someone You Love. Michael Jeffries Mr. Jeffries is a speechwriter and former alienated-father. He turned his experience into the trailblazing book A Family’s Heartbreak: A Parent’s Introduction to Parental Alienation. Covering topics such as:DepressionPTSDNutritionThe body’s reaction to stressReunificationGriefSpecial features include:Inspiration Cards to cut out4 weeks of daily checklistsAdditional resourcesFree gifts  This is a book every family needs.  Scroll up and buy your copy today.


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I was unfamiliar with parental alienation until it happened to me. I had no idea how much great stuff was in this book and I want everyone to go out and buy it. I wish it had been around for me years ago. With every page there will be people hanging on to hope, knowing that it happened to someone else, they can get through it. When I first became a victim, I was looking for answers and there was no playbook, now I have a resource to point people to. -Dr. Carlos Rivera

I have already started sharing this book with multiple PA groups with which I am actively involved. Thank you for writing this book. -M.H. 

One of my favorite parts was: “…Or, you can take this pain, that was thrust upon you, to propel you into greatness…” Absolutely love it! While this book is for parents of missing children, it has really lifted my spirits! So encouraging. -C.S. 

I never had a missing child. However, this book has inspired me and I know that the contents will be a great inspiration to all parents who have lost children. Get the book for someone who has lost a child. You will be glad you did. -B.M.

They need to hand this book out at every family courthouse because every family is going to need it! -N.S.

This book is about “missing children” like The Hiding Place is about the holocaust. It’s really a story about God’s power in the worst situations. -N.B.

This is a book that, unfortunately, must have a wide potential audience… providing inspiration and comfort as well as practical advice for getting through the day. 

Judge, 25th Annual Writer’s Digest Book Awards.

Reviewed by Jamie Michele for Readers’ Favorite
Strength for Parents of Missing Children: Surviving Divorce, Abduction, Runaways and Foster Care by Marie White is a self-help and spiritual guide for parents, guardians, and loved ones of children who have been removed from their lives under a variety of circumstances. White’s book details her personal journey and struggles while offering insight on how she was and is able to deal with a situation that most cannot even comprehend. With the use of scriptures and stories, White weaves empathy and hope throughout the book in a way that only a parent who can relate to the devastation of losing a child themselves could.

In the interests of full disclosure, I believe it is important for me to state that I am a foster parent myself. The children who come in and out of my life have their own issues and grief to contend with, which ultimately becomes mine. Initially, it was easy for me to blame a parent who lost their child or children to the system. Over time, with the assistance and guidance of social workers, child psychologists, and interaction with the children’s parents (through contact, which some children receive), my viewpoint changed. At this juncture of my own journey, Strength for Parents of Missing Children: Surviving Divorce, Abduction, Runaways and Foster Care by Marie White is a guide that is sorely needed. It’s beautifully composed and written without judgement and – most importantly – without suspicion that the situation is due to fault on the part of a parent. All reassurance given is in the form of God’s plan… His plan for you, His plan for us, and His plan for the child. Even as a non-Christian, I found solace in what White provided and will keep this book on hand as a reference if and when I am ever in doubt again. Highly recommended.

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“People who read it all say the same thing, ‘This is a book for anyone going through a hard time or who has gone through a hard time.’ Why? Because it has the two missing pieces of the puzzle. It answers why the hard thing has happened and what you can do about it. That’s it.” 

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Inspirational and transformational, leaves you feeling like you can conquer anything!Strength for Parents of Missing Children guides readers through life’s journey and helps them find joy and deeper purpose in the midst of pain. It’s The Purpose Driven Life for hard times. Marie has used the pain of her experience to reach out to others who are desperate for answers.While written with parents in mind, radio hosts, television hosts and reviewers have all said that it is a book for every human being.   Special features include:Inspiration Cards to cut out4 weeks of daily checklistsAdditional resourcesFree gifts  More than two million families in the United States have experienced a missing child. Numerous alienated parents, estranged grandparents, foster parents, pre-adoptive parents, and parents of drug-addicted children, are currently facing children missing from their lives. Some people break down mentally or suffer from PTSD. Other people become pathologically depressed, or turn to drugs and alcohol. Many choose to end their suffering through suicide. Marie has taken her family’s pain and turned it into the guidebook they didn’t have. Going back to day one, she walks parents through each stage of grief, offering hope, comfort and strategies. Strength for Parents of Missing Children was the solo medalist winner of the 2017 New Apple Literary Award and is the winner of the 2018 bronze medal from Reader’s Favorite.How do you continue living when your worst fear has been realized? There are books that deal with stress, or parental alienation, or grief and loss. This is the first book to address all these issues in a comprehensive survival guide for coping while your child is gone. Strength for Parents of Missing Children guides parents through their journey and helps them find joy and deeper purpose in the midst of pain. It’s The Purpose Driven Life for parents of missing or alienated children. Marie has used the pain of her experience to reach out to others who are desperate for answers while their child is gone. Featuring Experts: Dr. Sue Cornbluth Dr. Cornbluth is an expert in high-conflict divorce. She is a nationally recognized expert in parenting and childhood trauma and was named Woman of the Year 2016, by Women of Distinction Business Magazine. Logan Clarke Logan Clarke has spent more than 20 years finding missing children. As one of the top investigators in the world, Mr. Clarke has been profiled in several books, Newsweek, and television shows around the globe. Dr. Tim Benson Dr. Benson is a clinical instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He specializes in treating elite athletes, celebrities and high achievers in the professional world. His areas of interest are in addiction treatment and fostering resilience in athletes and entrepreneurs. Dr. Raymond Mitsch Dr. Mitsch is the Associate Professor and chair of the Psychology Department at Colorado Christian University. He has worked for Promise Keepers, WorldVenture, The Evangelical Alliance Mission and authored the best-selling book, Grieving the Loss of Someone You Love. Michael Jeffries Mr. Jeffries is a speechwriter and former alienated-father. He turned his experience into the trailblazing book A Family’s Heartbreak: A Parent’s Introduction to Parental Alienation. Covering topics such as:DepressionPTSDNutritionThe body’s reaction to stressReunificationGriefSpecial features include:Inspiration Cards to cut out4 weeks of daily checklistsAdditional resourcesFree gifts  This is a book every family needs.  Scroll up and buy your copy today.

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