Come Home, Child is a memoir of healing from childhood trauma through therapy, poetry, music, and laughter.
Home is the place we’re so eager to escape when we’re young, and forever after long to return. But there’s no going back, especially when the home was a place of unhappiness, heartbreak, or trauma.
The book tells of the author’s struggle to find an authentic identity after a childhood steeped in emotional coldness and narcissism. It is the story of a lifelong journey to find a place in the world that belongs to him and where he belongs. It describes a path of healing which is ultimately coming home to oneself.
Richly illustrated with original drawings and photographs, portraying a boy and the Teddy bear who accompanies him on the journey, The story will resonate with everyone, regardless of their history. 254 pages, Black and White.