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Michael Allen Joffroy is an Aircraft Mechanic who lives in Denver, Colorado, and holds an Airframe and Powerplant Certificate. He’s devoted to his two daughters and is actively in recovery to make a difference in his life and gain a better relationship with God. In his free time he enjoys time with his daughters, music, and art.
The Boy Who Couldn't Be Seen
The boy in this story is emotionally alone; his parents contribute to his aloneness with their anger and emotional neglect. He ends up having no outlet to show his emotions, which leads to destructive behavior. From there he finds himself in recovery and discovering a loving God.
Irene S. Roth | 01/04/2018
This is an inspiring and yet profoundly sad book about a boy who is neglected through separation from his family.
The boy felt very unloved. The important people in his life were mean to him. He felt rejected and alone. He grew up in fear of everything and everyone. It was a sad and lonely place to be.
When he grew up, he turned to destructive behaviours to mask how terrible he felt. He just couldn’t move past the anger that festered deep in his heart. It was always there and ultimately he had to deal with it.
The process from fear and destructive behavior to one of emancipation was a difficult one. He couldn’t do it alone. So, he went into a recovery program that brought him to God. He realized that God knew his pain all along and He was there with him helping him every step of the way.
By coming back to God and relying on God, the young man was able to move past his fears to a place of comfort and love, the love that God had for him. This is where try recovery lied for the young man. The illustrations stunningly portray the sadness experienced by the young boy and man.
I loved this book from start to finish. I will certainly be encouraging other youngsters to read it, especially those who are separated from their parents because of divorce or the inability to care for their child.
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