Kirstin's Story: No Place to Stand by Jean Jardine-MillerKirstin's Story: No Place to Stand by Jean Jardine-Miller

Kirstin's Story: No Place to Stand

byJean Jardine-Miller

Paperback | March 1, 2004

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This book began as a therapeutic exercise for a mother who had recently lost her agoraphobic daughter to suicide. Years later, a visitor to her anxiety disorder information website asked her for material that would help in explaining his daughter’s school phobia to her teacher. So, it was still happening... Here was a child who was experiencing the same lack of understanding that had virtually crippled her own child’s education in the nineteen eighties whose father was desperately searching the internet for help. Parents were still having to educate the very people who should have been among the first to recognise the problem; the people who should have access to programs that could potentially prevent it from escalating.

She decided to finish telling her child’s story. Perhaps it would help; make people aware of childhood anxiety disorders; let desperate parents know they are not alone...
Title:Kirstin's Story: No Place to StandFormat:PaperbackDimensions:122 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.31 inPublished:March 1, 2004Publisher:Jardine MillerLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0973137630

ISBN - 13:9780973137637

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   Jean Jardine Miller is the publisher and editor of Lifeline, a quarterly print and online newsletter providing information and support material for victims of anxiety disorders and their families. She is the editor of a collection of her daughter's poetry, Songs of My Soul and is currently developing novels on subjects that she feels are significant to some of the psychological and emotional problems people face today.