Mother of Abducted Toddler Helps Other Parents Survive

Mother of Abducted Toddler Helps Other Parents Survive Mother of Abducted Toddler Helps Other Parents Survive

For Immediate Release

May 22, 2017 – Over 2 million parents in the United States have experienced a missing child.

Each day a parent dies due to the stress and heartbreak of losing their child to divorce, abduction or being taken into foster care. In Australia, the numbers may be as high as 22 estranged fathers per week. US military veterans suffering from PTSD are numbered among the parents who end their lives due to the loss of contact with their children.

In Strength for Parents of Missing Children, Marie White went beyond her own pain to impart hope, help, and healing for parents with missing children. She also contacted experts in the fields of abduction, parental alienation, grief, and divorce, to contribute to the book.

“98% of Children come home,” White said, “What if the children come home and their parents aren’t there because they’ve committed suicide?”

Hurting parents need a guidebook by a parent who has lived through the very thing they are experiencing. 

Now parents of missing children and the people who love them have a resource to make it through the darkest days.

“It doesn’t matter why a child is missing from your life, the emotions are still the same. Sometimes just surviving is a victory.”

Strength for Parents of Missing Children: Surviving Divorce, Abduction, Runaways and Foster Care spent its first two weeks at the top of the hot new releases on Amazon, is a #1 best seller, and has over a dozen 5 star reviews.

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