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Carter Lee A story of survival over child sex abuse

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In his forthright and inspirational book, When Jonathan Cried For Me  by Carter Lee tells a tremendous story of struggle and redemption. After a childhood filled with sexual abuse at the hands of a pedophile, paired with violence and 
intimidation at school, Carter Lee was destined to become a monster. Against all odds, he took control of his destiny and turned his life around. The foundation of this 
metamorphosis was the attainment of True-Inner-Peace, through the cultivation of True Self-Esteem and Total Self-Confidence. This book provides a road map for others to 
attain happiness in their lives through the attainment of True-Inner-Peace.
 
Carter is blatantly honest about his inner demons and wears his heart on his sleeve. More than just a motivational, inspiring, educating, or entertaining read, this book transcends any one genre by coalescing strengths of each form into a powerful teaching tool. He is witty, unconventional, and has a knack for describing highly technical mental processes in layman’s terms. Sometimes controversially, but always with honesty, Carter 
delivers what so many of us need: a real way to facilitate internal change.

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