Summary Goodbye Mummy Darling
Level Sue has unravelled many tangled threads and sought to come to terms with her cruel childhood At the time she could not have begun to understand the complexities and deviations of human manipulation Now in her mellower years and surrounded by a loving family she is still trying to put this monstrous experience behind herGoodbye Mummy Darling should be essential reading for every student social worker§‘She would grab my hair and bang my head against the wall and say “You will call me Mother” I was terrified of her’‘I can’t remember crying; I was too scared to cry too scared to make any noise and I lay very still in my bed until eventually exhaustion made me fall asleep?.
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‘Anyway what I want to know is if it’s possible to have my two eldest children put away somewhere They are causing a terrible lot of unhappiness between my husband and me So I feel sure that if they were away there would be much happiness all round’The true story of a little girl sent to Australia under the Child Migrant SchemeIn 1952 a little girl Sue the author of this book and her brother Roy were sent to Australia by their mother under the Child Migrant Scheme Sue and Roy’s mother had remarried and she had been bullied by their new stepfather into getting rid of them since he only wanted his own children As you read Sue’s story from the traumatic arrival in Australia to the.
Susan Tickner ´ 4 Free read
Effects it was to have on her for the rest of her life many unanswered uestions arise and it is only in the final denouement that the dust begins to be swept from under the carpet The authorities of those times had much to answer for The final revelations would never have come to light unless Sue had relentlessly pursued her own tempestuous voyage of discovery We begin to wonder how many innocent insecure victims there are around us victims of others’ manipulation for their own convenience Her direct simplistic style makes for compulsive reading Nothing seems to change either human nature or the inability of those ‘in charge’ to couple their authority with compassionOn a personal.