Canada (PRWEB) August 01, 2013
Child abuse remains rampant. Despite tremendous efforts to bring an end to this hideous crime, it continues to transpire. No child, however, deserves to be treated so cruel. With this, Teata pens a forceful story to beat the gong louder in the fight for the rights of children titled Unattainable Age Of Reason. A gripping and revealing book written with no holds barred.
According to Childhelp, an organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse, each year, 3.3 million incidents of child abuse are reported in the United States, involving a staggering 6 million children. Furthermore, the so-called Land of the free is now known to hold the worst record in industrialized nations with five children lost per day due to abuse-related deaths.
In this book, Lehtola cites the Age of Reason, the period of human life when one is considered capable of making reasoned judgments. As a rule, children are deemed to be morally responsible upon completion of the seventh year. Thus, a minor is presumed to have the use of reason and come under the operation of ecclesiastic laws.
This importance of the Age of Reason is crucial in understanding the facts of this book. As the events unravel, Lehtola happens to be at a very young, very vulnerable age. How she becomes a victim of abuse, readers can follow in this poignant, forthright tale that chronicles the author’s life. The book discloses how she was physically, sexually and emotionally abused by her own family, biological and foster, to the point where she eventually suffers a condition involving disruptions of her memory and awareness.
A self-help book designed to help others cope and see the light at the end of the tunnel, Unattainable Age Of Reason is a true, untarnished story of the author’s life.
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Unattainable Age Of Reason * by Teata
Ten Stages of Life
Publication Date: June 29, 2013
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