The Revolutionary Movement
This memoir shares Janine and her twin sister's adoption experience from age twelve to age twenty-five. The top priority in this narrative becomes coping with the divorce of adoptive parents—something not uncommon in all families. The challenges begin in 1984 when the twins' adoptive father falls 100 feet while hang gliding and sustains a traumatic head injury. He survived and the girls teen years are filled with caregiving duties that will last several decades.
Come vacation vicariously with the Vance Twins! Ever thought about looking for your birth family? You might be surprised at what you find. (At least the twins were.) Here Janine shares details about her first trip to Seoul South Korea during the 50 year anniversary gathering celebrating and contemplating overseas adoption.
What if life isn’t all roses? What to do if we go from riches to rags? For those of us looking for an alternative perspective that has a little bit to do with eastern philosophy, complementary healing modalities, and even past lives.
Alone? Ever been ousted? Feeling left out? Use these tools for your advantage! Did you know The Buddha utilized years of isolation to find his true self? The pay off was huge! Now is your time to go within and rediscover the greatness of you. At the same time, you will find that you belong to an ever-growing community.
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