British Columbia, Canada (PRWEB) November 14, 2012
Hostile-Aggressive Parenting (HAP) is a general pattern of behavior, exploitations, actions or decision-making, commonly of a parent or guardian that creates unwarranted problems in a child’s relationships, well-being or life. While this situation is apparently a worldwide-used maneuver in child custody battles, not everyone knows the truth about it. Author Ica Iova presents an in-depth exploration of this circumstance in her book, My Children, His Victims, to provide readers with knowledge and understanding about HAP. This book tells a moving story that will help readers understand HAP—its signs, symptoms and other phases.
This book tells a poignant, yet powerful story of love and hate, hope and despair, shame and revenge—seen through the eyes of Johanna White, a young woman raised in a loving family who, just like any other young woman, has hopes and dreams for a bright future. Her life takes a dramatic turn when she meets Louis, who she believes it’s her soul mate and they will be together forever—only to find out later that her only common denominator with Louis are the children. As she struggles with guilt and remorse, Louis and his mother are determined to make her life a living hell. The unrelenting tests and trials Louis and his equally irrational lawyer have submitted Johanna to convince her that the only likelihood of undoing the wrong is if she takes action. Where will this situation take her?
As the story strikes a chord in readers’ hearts, they are offered with wisdom and understanding about Hostile-Aggressive Parenting (HAP). The story will inspire them to know and recognize the signs and symptoms of a HAP, as well as the red flag behavior of a child raised by a HAP so an intervention can be done before the child’s psychological well-being is completely shattered.
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About the Author
Ica Iova lives in Vancouver. My Children, His Victims, which is about Hostile-Aggressive Parenting (HAP), is her first book. She has experienced the behavior of a HAP, a fact that contributed to her determination to raise awareness on how traumatic, exhausting, and disturbing HAP actions are to everyone around them. She especially wants to emphasize how damaging that conduct could be to a young child.
My Children, His Victims * by Ica Iova
A Mother's Quest
Date of Publication: July 17, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 214 pages; 978-1-4771-3744-4
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