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Short Stories, Literary Collection, Family Drama, Special Needs Youth, Special Needs Education, Child Abuse, Love and Forgiveness

Finding Joy after Sorrow
The Collected Works of Beth Carol Solomon
by Beth Carol Solomon




In her collected works, Finding Joy After Sorrow, author Beth Carol Solomon explores the impact people have on one another and the courage it takes to overcome adversity.

This rerelease of the author’s Collected Works—originally published in 2002—contains two parts. The first features true personal accounts, where Beth Carol Solomon fondly writes of people in her life who influenced her, recognizing the important parts they played in her life.

The second part features two novellas, each a story of children with special needs and the adults who strive to help them overcome their demons and learn to love, forgive, and understand themselves and each other. In These Three, a special education teacher with her own troubled past works with three abused teenagers, offering them love and support. In Arlene and Rubin: A Love Story, two young victims of sexual abuse help each other to overcome their dark pasts.

Afterward, is a list of recommended resources available for those facing challenges such as child abuse, sexual abuse, bullying, domestic violence, and special needs individuals.

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Beth Carol Solomon feels it is paramount to realize that everybody counts and that everyone could lend a hand and help others. Having taken special education courses in college, Beth Carol’s experience with individuals with special needs includes volunteer work at schools, as well as personal connections to individuals with special needs. An avid reader, Beth Carol is curious about people who achieve greatness despite enduring personal setbacks. An interest in watching such individuals pursue their goals and not letting anything or anyone deter them drove Beth Carol to show that everyone needs support, love, and help. Beth Carol Solomon lives in Staten Island, New York.

Visit www.bethcarolsolomonauthor.com to learn more about the author and her other works.


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