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The Magic Castle A Mother's Harrowing True Story Of Her Adoptive Son's Multiple Personalities And The Triumph Of Healing Free download Ú 105 Â ➜ [KINDLE] ❆ The Magic Castle A Mother's Harrowing True Story Of Her Adoptive Son's MAlex Smith and his eight personalities Castle A PDF #199 were trapped in a world of unfathomable eviluntil he entered the magic castle and found the key to his freedomWhen Carole Smith and her husband decided to take in a foster child that no one else would have they knew ten year old Alex would be difficult But nothing had prepared The Magic PDFEPUB or them for the unruly self destructive boy who stormed into their lives Alone with Alex during the day. Captured me for a full day of reading How does one survive such brutality

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Carole was baffled by his infantile tantrums and violent self hating behaviors Exasperated she tried relating to him as the two year old he appeared to be and finally a door to Alex's mind began to openWith the help of Magic Castle A PDFEPUB #227 psychiatrist Dr Steven Kingsbury Alex's tormented mind revealed a host of personalities each born in a horrifying episode of Alex's past each carrying a memory too powerful for his conscious mind to handle As t. Very intense story Helped me understand how amazing our minds are The power they hold in being able to protect us yet can keep us so ill in the same sense

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The Magic Castle A Mother's Harrowing True Story Of Her Adoptive Son's Multiple Personalities And The Triumph Of HealingHe personalities came forth in the safety of Alex's inner secret castle they unleashed stories of abandonment brainwashing and sexual abuse by those Alex Magic Castle A Mother's Harrowing Kindle trusted the most In the spellbinding tradition of Sybil and When Rabbit Howls here is a fascinating true story of the human mind of innocence shattered by inhuman cruelty and ultimately of love's power to transform fragments into wholeness tragedy into triumph. This book has a perspective that's not often covered It's written from the point of view of a parent about a teen aged patientThe writer is largely rational and you can tell she at least tried to stick to her experience of what happenedThe use of hypnosis by one of the doctors and the escalation of the strangeness of the circumstances that happened in the uncovered past dangerously nudge this story towards recovered memories fiasco territory but I think all in all they managed to avoid it The possibilities of it having all happened as it was remembered or not are both kept into consideration giving this book some balanceI'd definitely have preferred that a proper police investigation had occurred and been included in the book but sadly that doesn't seem to have happened As it is it's still informative well enough written and doesn't reek of exploitation which is than many similar books can say