[KINDLE] ❀ A Menina que Nunca Chorava By Torey L. Hayden – Thomashillier.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “A Menina que Nunca Chorava

  1. says:

    As a severely abused individual I related to this story I grew up non trusting and still to this day aged 29 I cannot take Sheila the beautiful little girl in this story went through hell and back, and worse still was all at such a young age A teacher, this wonderful Author Torey Hayden too this little girl under her wing, she was blessed with patients and best yet her heart was full of love, love for children, love for job, and she believed in the children she taught and cared for.In three d As a severely abused individual I related to this story I grew up non trusting and still to this day aged 29 I cannot take Sheila the beautiful little girl in this story went through hell and back, and worse still was all at such a young age A teacher, this wonderful Author Torey Hayden too this little girl under her wing, she was blessed with patients and best yet her heart was full of love, love for children, love for job, and she believed in the children she taught and cared for.In three days I have been mesmerized by One Child, and Tiger Child My heart longs to have someone like Torey in my life who gives a Dam, Whilst reading Tiger Child I was telling Sheila to run into Toreys arms, Sheila needed to be embraced, she needed to have warming loving arms wrapped around her frail body, Sheila s heart needed to know she was loved and Torey did just that.These two Books One Child.Tigers Child.I highly recommend you read these I cannot get Sheila and Torey out of my head, still after reading these books I am left in tears


  2. says:

    I didn t enjoy reading it it read like Torey Hayden s true confessions of the mistakes she made and the ways she failed to help her student She is always like, I m just your teacher, when she was obviously so muchboth in her mind and her student s mind.Then we have all the failures of the educational system including that f d up Least Restrictive Environment law Torey is spot on when she is skeptical of the law and says it is being implemented to save money As the mother of a special n I didn t enjoy reading it it read like Torey Hayden s true confessions of the mistakes she made and the ways she failed to help her student She is always like, I m just your teacher, when she was obviously so muchboth in her mind and her student s mind.Then we have all the failures of the educational system including that f d up Least Restrictive Environment law Torey is spot on when she is skeptical of the law and says it is being implemented to save money As the mother of a special needs son who needs a pretty restrictive environment to keep him safe, I fought against that law time and time again so that he could be in classrooms with a higher teacher to student ratio and a classroom that was restrictive enough to protect him and the others around him We also have the failures of the social services agencies I mean, wtf, they keep sending her back to her dad who is a drug addict and has been selling her since she was a small girl to pay for his drugs Her uncle rapes her as a six year old thereby rendering her unable to have kids ever Dad goes to jail on drug charges but as far as I can see from the book no one is ever punished for this child s physical she has cigarette burn scars up and down her arms and sexual abuse, and her neglect The professional relationship of therapists, teachers and caregivers to needy children is a very difficult one It is necessary to bond with a child to help her, gain her trust but it is all only professional to the professional and when it is all over the child is saying but what happened I thought you liked me and cared about me I ve seen that also with my son His best buds are these professionals who work with him intensively for years and when it is over, see ya My son couldn t comprehend why people he saw 3 or 4 times a week and who were his friends no longer came over or called or shared his birthdays etc Saying it was only my job is certainly going to cause a lack of trust and a skeptical attitude toward other professional friends So the whole system needs a serious re think Then there is Torey herself won t commit Love deny, deny, deny I m too young to get married I m only your teacher Sure Wasn t it idiotic when she brings Sheila over to Chad s for 4th of July with his wife and kids And she wonders why Sheila acts the way she does She created the family fantasy of Chad, Torey and Sheila back when Sheila was six and then she shatters the dream, then brings her back as a teen for a visit with Chad and his new family, including the oldest daughter named Sheila A total nitwit should have seen that was a recipe for disaster.I have decided to amend this review to say two things 1 If Torey Hayden had not intervened in this girl s behalf then things could have gone much worse for her She was scheduled to be put in a psychiatric facility and was only put in school as a holding measure until a place opened in the psych facility Torey intervened and the result was that Sheila was allowed to stay in school where she had two good years or as good as they could be considering her problems until her father moved them again and Sheila went through a series of foster homes when her father was in jail on drug charges.Torey had good intentions and did good for Sheila, although the book still reads like a confession of everything Torey feels she failed to do for Sheila.2 It is very unclear what is true and what is not in this true story In the book Torey stays in U.S., stays single and has no kids In real life Torey goes to Wales, gets married and has a child after her teaching experience with Sheila She gets divorced and returns to the U.S which is when I assume she looked for and found Sheila again If Torey s story is so altered, how altered is the story she tells of Sheila


  3. says:

    This is a story I read years ago and just recently revisited As a pediatric and psych nurse, I have always been a fan of Hayden s books This is the rare story that goes beyond what Hayden does in the special needs classroom with a five or six year old and actually gives us a glimpse of one of her students Sheila into early adulthood This is the sequel to, One Child.Many readers comment that they don t like this book as much as Hayden s others It has a different feel to it for sure since it This is a story I read years ago and just recently revisited As a pediatric and psych nurse, I have always been a fan of Hayden s books This is the rare story that goes beyond what Hayden does in the special needs classroom with a five or six year old and actually gives us a glimpse of one of her students Sheila into early adulthood This is the sequel to, One Child.Many readers comment that they don t like this book as much as Hayden s others It has a different feel to it for sure since it s not a concentrated day in and day out accounting of dealing with a classroom full of eotionally disturbed children There are days, weeks and months that pass when Hayden doesn t even hear from Sheila and the relationship is muchcomplicated on many levels Also, Hayden is ten years older herself and with time and circumstance, Hayden has grown and changed This book doesn t have the and they all lived happily ever after ending that her other books imply It is written from arealistic viewpoint a few hours a day during a nine month school year, can t always fix a broken child no matter how hard you try or how much you give Hayden ponders this and the question of how much harm is done in the process of trying to do good Despite this concern, Hayden s dedication and compassion go on to help Sheila through repressed and confused memories and through her transition into young adulthood An extraordinary story


  4. says:

    I found this book in short depressing That wonderful little girl we meet in One Child is long gone She feels confused and angry at the world To be honest I can see why she does Not only her mother leaving her but her teacher as well And then living with her good for nothing father Probably being abused at foster homes the list goes on and on As far as I m concerned she does have a reason to rant and rave at the world Also time and time again she mentions how things seemed different to I found this book in short depressing That wonderful little girl we meet in One Child is long gone She feels confused and angry at the world To be honest I can see why she does Not only her mother leaving her but her teacher as well And then living with her good for nothing father Probably being abused at foster homes the list goes on and on As far as I m concerned she does have a reason to rant and rave at the world Also time and time again she mentions how things seemed different to her when she read One Child before it was published It honestly made me wonder about if Mrs Hayden is stretching any truths there After all, we remember what we want about history Or rather history is written by the victors, not the losers I would be rather interested to read how Shelia would remember that time and compare it.This story just hit me as wrong Maybe we sawreality then we did in her other books I m not sure All I know is this book didn t sit well with me I put it down several times and finished itout of not having anything else to read then any other reason


  5. says:

    In a follow up to ONE CHILD, Torey Hayden locates Sheila, now thirteen Once again living and working nearby, former teacher and former student reestablish their relationship Sheila assists in a summer program for emotionally disturbed children Over the next few years she experiences many ups and downs which Torey never imagined when they reconnected.I read THE TIGER S CHILD some twenty five years ago, when it was first published, in the beginning of my career as a child psychologist My feeli In a follow up to ONE CHILD, Torey Hayden locates Sheila, now thirteen Once again living and working nearby, former teacher and former student reestablish their relationship Sheila assists in a summer program for emotionally disturbed children Over the next few years she experiences many ups and downs which Torey never imagined when they reconnected.I read THE TIGER S CHILD some twenty five years ago, when it was first published, in the beginning of my career as a child psychologist My feelings at the time were sadness that Sheila couldn t live up to her potential and in awe of Hayden A quarter century later gulp , I focuson Hayden s na vet and her impact on Sheila and how certain feel good in the moment boundary crossings would ultimately leave Sheila feelingabandoned.Hayden is a good soul, a gifted teacher, her heart is in the right place Sheila is her blind spot and Torey fails to anticipate many of the adolescent s actions This comes from her eternal belief in and optimism for Sheila As a mandated reported, Hayden consciously missed opportunities to turn Sheila s father in for extreme neglect and using her as payment to feed his drug habit THE TIGER S CHILD is at times dated A gay psychologists fired for being gay and Hayden repeatedly uses the term sexual preference The depth and breadth of Sheila s trauma made me cry With an IQ of 180, at times she sounded like a gifted adult She sometimes sounded like the six year old victim she was when she met Hayden THE TIGER S CHILD made me hope that Sheila is happy and fulfilled, as the epilogue written 25 years ago suggests I hope she s found love for herself and acceptance


  6. says:

    I read One Child, and admit that I was curious what happened to Shiela However, this was definitely not what I expected Yes, we see how Sheila and Torey reconnected, but I didn t expect the story to consist of another classroom camp setting of Torrey s I expected it to beof a biography of what happened to Sheila Although the details of what happened to Sheila from One Child to the time of publishing, this just wasn t what I expected 3 stars.


  7. says:

    The Tiger s Child, the sequel to Torey Hayden s One Child , I felt was not as good as One Child I do commend Torey on all the dedication that she has shown this child throughout all of the years, even after they lost contact with eachother for years, the connection still was there and brought them back together It was good to find out that Sheila survived all of the ordeals that was tossed her way and had gotten on with her life I was disappointed though on the career path that she had c The Tiger s Child, the sequel to Torey Hayden s One Child , I felt was not as good as One Child I do commend Torey on all the dedication that she has shown this child throughout all of the years, even after they lost contact with eachother for years, the connection still was there and brought them back together It was good to find out that Sheila survived all of the ordeals that was tossed her way and had gotten on with her life I was disappointed though on the career path that she had chosen for herself since she was a brilliant child, but in a sense totally understand the decision that she made to work at McDonald s Part of me believes that this decision was based upon the multiple times her and Torey had shared McDonald s with eachother Then again part of me believes that she didn t want to deal with school any because of all the crap she had to deal with both in and out of school Overall, a good read and if you have read one Child , then you should also read this one


  8. says:

    No, I didn t read this book in another language The English title is One Child, and I don t know why it isn t showing up on this site But that is the cover for the English version, and this is one of those truly life transforming books As an educator, a parent, or just a human being, this book is so very inspiring I read it aloud edited to my students to open the window to the realization of how very lucky they are to have the seats that they do in life, and years later, this is the book t No, I didn t read this book in another language The English title is One Child, and I don t know why it isn t showing up on this site But that is the cover for the English version, and this is one of those truly life transforming books As an educator, a parent, or just a human being, this book is so very inspiring I read it aloud edited to my students to open the window to the realization of how very lucky they are to have the seats that they do in life, and years later, this is the book they talk to me about as young adults this is the book they remember and find on their own to re read I am pretty sure that this is the book that, at age 12 when I read it for the first of many times, set my subconscious on the thought path that I would one day become a teacher


  9. says:

    There s a point in this book where the author returns from vacation to find a letter from Sheila, the subject of this book Sheila writes that she s planning to commit suicide The letter had been sent at about the same time as Hayden had left for vacation She tries to figure out how she can find out whether Sheila was still alive, but can t think how she would phrase the question to the staff of Sheila s group home in the end, she does nothing and gets caught up in her other clients and activ There s a point in this book where the author returns from vacation to find a letter from Sheila, the subject of this book Sheila writes that she s planning to commit suicide The letter had been sent at about the same time as Hayden had left for vacation She tries to figure out how she can find out whether Sheila was still alive, but can t think how she would phrase the question to the staff of Sheila s group home in the end, she does nothing and gets caught up in her other clients and activities Reading this, I thought, Call the group home, tell them Sheila had written to you, and ask if she can have visitors Even if they don t tell you whether Sheila committed suicide, they ll at least tell you whether she s there I ve realized that s the thing that bugs me about Hayden she has all this formal training, but so much of the time she doesn t know how to react to a situation A student breaks down She sits and watches instead of reacting A child disappears She and a coworker stand and argue for 15 minutes about whose fault it is before looking for him So much of the success Hayden has with clients in these books seems to be made up of lucky breaks and stumbling onto a method that works In fact, she admits as much in several of the books That being said, I enjoyed reading this book Hayden originally had Sheila as a student at the age of 6 a story written about in her book One Child The Tiger s Child retells that story, then picks up when Hayden reunites with Sheila eight years later In the interim, Sheila has had a pretty rough life her addict father basically pimps her out to support his habit, she moves from one foster home to another, etc Hayden is operating a summer program for some of her child clients and offers Sheila the chance to work as an aide in the program Sheila s interactions with the children and with Hayden, and her coming to terms with all the things that have happened to her, make up the rest of the book Reading Hayden s books, and her accounts of the horrible things that have happened to these children, is emotionally exhausting The fact that people, often the children s parents themselves, could do such terrible things, makes me incredibly sad I m thankful that there are people like the author who are driven by a need to help these children work through the severe emotional trauma they ve been subjected to


  10. says:

    What a disappointment There really wasn t much excitement in this book which is a good thing for Sheila, but makes a bad thing to publish Do yourself a favor and skip reading the book I ll tell you what happened view spoiler Sheila grew into a semi normal teenager She still had some of the same fears, issues and attributes of her younger self Her father went back on drugs so she was placed in foster homes where she was raped in one Every home after that, she ran away from She placed a What a disappointment There really wasn t much excitement in this book which is a good thing for Sheila, but makes a bad thing to publish Do yourself a favor and skip reading the book I ll tell you what happened view spoiler Sheila grew into a semi normal teenager She still had some of the same fears, issues and attributes of her younger self Her father went back on drugs so she was placed in foster homes where she was raped in one Every home after that, she ran away from She placed ads in all of the California newspapers in hopes that her mother would contact her A woman did, but she had mental health issues and wasn t really her mother When Sheila became an adult, she took a Full time job at McDonalds she later became one of the youngest franchise owners in her area The end hide spoiler Hayden quotes Sheila in her book something along the lines of You think you were so great, but you weren t I didn t think to mark the page After reading that, I started wondering if Hayden wrote about Sheila just to toot her own horn And omg I never want to read the words pensive silence ever again