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Let’s talk about Looking for Caylie by Misty Wolf, a powerful story of health challenges, struggles, and a mother’s fight to gain proper medical and educational services for her child, who suffered from a mysterious rapid cognitive regression and mental health deterioration that defied diagnosis.
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Looking for Caylie
Author: Misty Wolf
Genre: Health, Non-Fiction
Looking for Caylie: An Unabashed Memoir of the Battle, Breakthrough, and Future with a Genetic Variant is a powerful story of health challenge, struggle, and a mother’s fight to gain proper medical and educational services for her child, who suffered from a mysterious rapid cognitive regression and mental health deterioration that defied diagnosis. The battle Wolf faced went above and beyond the usual parent or educator’s call to help a child, requiring a series of extraordinary attempts and changing perspectives about the nature and services of health care and educational systems alike. Looking for Caylie’s ability to be heartwarming, enlightening, and proactive will involve not just parents, but educators and health professionals
Looking for Caylie is a non-fiction memoir by Misty Wolf. It was written for everyone to better understand people with ADHD and other mental health problems. The book’s POV was from the mother, Misty.
The characters are Misty and her child Caylie. I honestly can relate to Misty. As a mother, you’ll do everything for your children. She was doing what was best for her child. For Caylie, I can’t imagine if I were in her shoes. With all those things that happened to her. While reading the book, I felt like I was watching them. The book made me feel many emotions as it happened in real life. We can never change the words we tell others, but one thing is for sure love of a mother for her child is infinite.
I would recommend this book to everyone who likes non-fiction memoirs. This book has a lot of lessons, and it talks not only about their situation but also about the people experiencing the same.
I give Looking for Caylie by Misty Wolf 4 out of 5 stars.
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