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  • Author:
    Teresa Cooper
  • ISBN:
    0752886118
  • ISBN13:
    978-0752886114
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  • Publisher:
    Orion Publishing; First Edition edition (June 1, 2007)
  • Pages:
    300 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Family Relationships
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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    980
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No one,' she replied, that's what I am called I have no family, no one at all I eat, I sleep, I get depressed There is no life, I have nothing left.

com and teresa cooper is doing a great job in trying to help other survivors address their issues amongst. keep up the good work teresa. Source(s): twelve legged spider · 1 decade ago.

Pin down: one girl's harrowing and disturbing tale of institutionalised abuseTitle: Pin down: one . Teresa Cooper is a survivor.

Read full description. See details and exclusions. Fighting against a corrupt social care system, she has taken her case of abuse and drugging to parliament, and is fighting to prevent many more children from suffering at the hands of unethical doctors and abusive foster parents. Country of Publication.

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Teresa Cooper is an author, speaker, and children's rights campaigner against family injustice and child abuse. Cooper is known for her eighteen-year campaign fighting for the justice and exposure of one of the most horrific abuses against children in Local Authority and Church of England's care. She was one Kent, in the 1970s and 1980s.

This book a was good i could not put it down once i started i. would recomend this book to anyone.

Teresa Cooper did a remarkable and noble thing to bring to light the terrible things that were happening in this care home for children. I cringed each time I read a page. This book a was good i could not put it down once i started i. and would recomend the seller. Published on 5 October 2010.

Teresa Cooper is a Children's Rights campaigner against family injustice and child abuse. Pin Down (eBook) - Fictional Book: One girl's harrowing and disturbing tale of institutionalised abuse, Orion Publishing Group. Trust No One - A fictional story.

Thrust into state care at 6 months of age because of an alcoholic father and mentally ill mother, Teresa Cooper spent an unsettled childhood in a variety of children's homes. At age 13, she was sent to Kendall House in Gravesend, Kent, a home which soon became her prison and worst nightmare. Teresa found herself a victim of a terrible regime: she was injected with dangerously high doses of drugs and sexually abused. As a result of this cruel and vicious treatment—accompanied by punishments such as 163 days spent in solitary confinement—it was not long before Teresa began to harm herself and even attempt to take her life. After three years of hell, Teresa thought her nightmare was over but another was about to begin. Teresa survived, however, and today she works to fight against a corrupt social care system. She has taken her case of abuse and drugging to parliament, and is fighting to prevent many more children from suffering at the hands of unethical doctors and abusive foster parents.


Windforge
I'm amazed that this woman even lived to tell her story or that she wasn't at least permanently damaged from all of the drugs she was forced to take. This is one of the most horrible cases of institutional abuse I have ever read.
Teresa Cooper was sent by her social worker to live in an institution that was for violent and mentally troubled girls even though Teresa had neither of these problems. The things she went through there were enough to make even the most stable people go mad, but somehow she managed to survive her ordeal and share her story with us.
I don't know how anyone can be so uncaring to a child let alone a group of medical professionals. The evils in this world are really beyond imagination.
MegaStar
my heart goes out to the author of this book and the courage it took to write it.the book was so touching it made me cry.shame on you wandsworth council for letting this child down and all the others that you have failed to protect.why was teresa cooper put in kendall house when there was nothing wrong at all with the child.why was she given all these drugs.it is absolutley disgusting the way she was treated and the staff should have been serving jail time for what they did to teresa and the other children there.i so hope she keeps fighting for justice.the limit that you have to start criminal procedings is absolutley disgusting. there should be no limit to bring justice to this poor lady and the other girls.i do hope that teresa finds peace in her life and i do recomend this book..it is a book of truth and a heart rending story.5 stars for courage and stamina for writing the book.
Ynonno
Ms. Cooper is a brave woman, who has broken the silence in her heart and soul to pour it out on paper. Sir Edmund Hillary, who just died recently, said about climbing Mount Everest that it was more important to climb the mountain within himself than climbing the mountain for real. Ms. Cooper epitomizes that spirit, and the reader should always remember that such disclosures are a painful process, a heart wrenching journey, not everyone can do it. Ms. Cooper does it well.

Child abuse, and the sort of abuse Ms. Cooper suffered, some of it literally institutionalized trauma, is a serious subject today, and I am sure her book provides the unique look into a world we do not understand from the outside. If more people read her book I am sure more will be done to stop the scourge of child abuse and there will be a wider effort to stop this problem.

Well done Ms. Cooper. I respect you for what you have done.