The art work is Tommy’s. He just turned eight and is a prolific artist.
This picture stood out to me, because not only is it funny, it can represent several things. One of course, is the real Lone Ranger. 🙂
Then, there is the Lone RAGER, who could be an adult who is always angry about something.
But what about a child with Reactive Attachment Disorder? That child rages all the time, it seems. Unfortunately, there are more than one of these ragers, and the numbers are growing. There are a whole lot of angry and hurting children out there, and most teachers and social workers don’t know what to do with them.
That’s why I wrote Chasing Lilly and the Curriculum. Please pass the word if you haven’t already.
I would love to do a kid’s book on the Lone Rager. I’ll add that to my list of what I’d like to accomplish in 2017.
And if you are parenting a lone rager, don’t forget to check out the resources offered on my website. An especially good one is Dr. Karyn Purvis and the Connected Child.
Love my readers! -Nealie