House of Fire



House of FireHouse Of Fire Shows That Thirty Years Of Breaking Free From A Cycle Of Violence Was Not Enough To Prepare Elizabeth Di Grazia For The Trials Of Starting Her Own Family Growing Up In The 1970s, She Suffered Repeated Sexual Abuse, Incest, And Neglect Although In The Catholic Church, She Was Forced To Have A Hushed Up Abortion At The Age Of Fourteen Within A Year She Was Pregnant Again, By Another Brother Di Grazia Gave Birth To A Son Who Was Quickly Taken Away And Adopted Into A Family She Never Knew Elizabeth S Story Traces Her Healing And The Creation Of An Intentional Family She And Her Partner, Jody, Adopted Two Guatemalan Babies They Learned That Provision And Protection Were Not Enough, But Refused To Allow Denial And Secrets To Go Unexposed Became Critical.

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[BOOKS] ✭ House of Fire ✷ Elizabeth Di Grazia – Josephfedericonjmet.us
  • Kindle Edition
  • 228 pages
  • House of Fire
  • Elizabeth Di Grazia
  • English
  • 09 December 2017

10 thoughts on “House of Fire

  1. Charles says:

    If this were a work of fiction, I would have disliked it due to the multiplicity of complex plot lines However, the fact that it is an autobiography that does not descend to self pity makes it an amazing story The first main plotline is that the author is one of a lesbian couple both professionals that are adopting two Guatemalan children, a boy and a girl While they went through a marriage ceremony, it was before same sex marriage was legal, so the ceremony had no legal standing This raises issues with the Guatemalan authorities due to their dislike of same sex couples adopting it is illegal and legal problems regarding the responsibility status of the children in the United States With no legal protection to their relationship, there are problems regarding simple actions such as authorizing medical procedures The second major plotline is routine, how their lives change with two displaced children in the home, how do they pay the bills and which one gets to be the stay at home mom Fortunately, while this is important in the flow of the story, very little time is spent on it Another story about the difficulties of child rearing would not be of great interest The ...

  2. Debbie Keller says:

    Made all the interesting because it took place in my hometown The author is an exceptionally brave woman.

  3. Steve Sawczyn says:

    A truly wonderful and amazing story I really enjoyed reading this amazing story of strength, love, and the ability to overcome pain and fear I would definitely recommend this to everyone.

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