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From Tragedy to Challenge: The Impact of Disabilities on Families

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From Tragedy to Challenge: The Impact of Disabilities on Families
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Publisher: Smashwords
Number of pages: 94

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The book is based on a qualitative research with 49 interviews taped and thematically analyzed to find out how carers overcame traumas and conflicts to make the best out difficult situations. It recognizes the importance that positive emotions such as hope and faith play in their daily lives.

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