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ADOPTEE                                                

                   A Childhood of Torment

 

                           

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JOSEPH M SABOL

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The true story of an adopted child, abused, beaten, taunted and humiliated. In spite of all the obstacles that were put in front of me,

I flourish as an adult today

 

Joey Milligan, a three year old adoptee who was put into the foster system, unable to speak, scared to death of automobiles and in diapers, became a punching bag for the older kids, in the foster system. "Ginnier", a social worker, found a couple willing to take him in as a foster child. Joey developed such anger from his foster sibling’s beatings that he would beat innocent kids unconscious.   RHD Publishing, RHD Publishing, RHD Publishing, RHD Publishing, RHD Publishing, RHD Publishing, RHD Publishing, RHD Publishing, RHD Publishing, RHD Publishing, RHD Publishing, RHD Publishing,

John and Otilia Sabol saw something very different in Joey and they adopted him. The Sabols came to notice Joey was not an aggressive child but a reactive child. Through years of nurturing and love they turned Joey in to a non-violent productive man.

 

Released this month, this book reveals a very different side of the Catholic Ursuline Order of Sisters and of one of the largest Cathoic Churchs in the Cleveland Diocese, St. Charles Catholic Church during the 1960's. Unlike the priests of the Catholic Church, the abuse of the Ursuline Sisters was not sexual but physical, mental and verbal.

The author, Joseph M. Sabol , spent the first years of his life in abusive foster homes and was eventually adopted through the Catholic Charities of Cleveland Ohio. This book delves into his search for and discovery of his biological parents. His biological mother was a victim of statutory rape, by a married 28 yr. old man, yet she refused to sign away her parental rights, forcing them to put Joseph in foster care. The constant taunting of some of the kids who lived on Dorothy Avenue in Parma, Ohio eventually caused extremely violent reactions from Joseph. His propensity for violence forced an evaluation at the Cleveland Clinic for mental illness.

 

His adoptive parents, John and Tilly Sabol lovingly took Joseph in to their home and adopted him. The struggles of raising a severely abused child proved out to be a challenging task which the Sabols refused to give up on. Joseph's adoptive mother, Tilly, demanded accountability from the nuns who added to the already abused child to the point of a physical confrontation.

 

The values of a good Christian family and tough discipline eventually broke the cycle of violence. Joseph went on to graduate from high school, and then Penn State University with 2 degrees in Business as well as a Graduate Degree in Medicine from the Biosystems Institute for Respiratory Therapy in Phoenix Arizona.

He is Board Certified by the American Medical Society. Joseph no longer practices Respiratory Therapy but enjoyed a hobby of breeding some of the best lines of Doberman Pinschers in the world. During that time, he wrote over 100 articles for E-Zine Articles and attained Platinum Expert Author status on June 4th 2008. Joseph still lives in Parma with his wife and Doberman Pinscher.

 

Today, Joseph M. Sabol is a successful business man.  His life in the beginning was less than human. Joe felt that it was necessary for this story be told. The foster systems need to be evaluated in this country to prevent the abuses in the past from continuing. This is the first non-fiction book Joseph Sabol has written.

 

Joe was raised in Parma, a suburb of The City of Cleveland, Ohio. A majority of the story takes place in Parma, Ohio and St. Charles Catholic School.  Joe still lives in Parma with his wife and a Doberman Pinscher.

 

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