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DOWNLOAD KINDLE ♴ Two Eyes are Never Enough ☧ Sonya Huber S Memoir Takes Us Behind The Scenes In One Of The Most Invisible Professions In The United States Direct Care Huber Went Into The Field Of Direct Care Work In Mental Health Hoping To Make A Difference In The Lives Of Teenagers, And Planning For A Career In Social Work What She Encountered Was Startling And Revealing Dangerous And Unhealthy Conditions, Poverty Wages, And Work That Took A Heavy Emotional Toll Melding Reporting With Personal Experiences, She Searches For Possible Solutions For Workers And Clients Alike, Bringing To Light A Profession That Serves Our Most Vulnerable Population With Some Of The Most Stressed Out Workers Humane And Beautifully Written, This Memoir Will Make Everyone Stop And Think About How We Care For Each Other In This Culture Sonya Huber Has Written Two Books Of Creative Nonfiction, Cover Me A Health Insurance Memoir University Of Nebraska Press Finalist For The ForeWord Book Of The Year And Opa Nobody University Of Nebraska Press Shortlisted For The Saroyan Prize She Has Also Written A Textbook, The Backwards Research Guide For Writers Using Your Life For Reflection, Connection, And Inspiration Equinox Publications, Her Work Has Been Published In Literary Journals And Magazines, Including Brevity, Creative Nonfiction, Fourth Genre, Crab Orchard Review, Hotel Amerika, The Chronicle Of Higher Education, And The Washington Post Magazine Her Essays Have Received The Creative Nonfiction Award From Terrain And Will Appear In The Forthcoming Book, The Best Of Creative Nonfiction She Teaches In The Department Of English At Fairfield University And In The Fairfield Low Residency MFA Program Visit Her At Sonyahuber This Is A Short E Book Published By Shebooks High Quality Fiction, Memoir, And Journalism For Women, By Women For Information, Visit This is the book I ve been trying to find for a long time I worked in frontline residential work for several years in several different settings It wasn t the statistics that made this book special, although Sonya obviously did her research well I had a professor in grad school who quoted these words, and I ve never bothered to look the quote up until now But I always remembered it Statistics are human beings with the tears wiped off Paul Brodeur, Outrageous MisconductThis is why this book, even though it was so short, packed so much power We saw human beings on both sides of the helping profession We saw why the statistics are so important These are the stories that make us realize that there are real people behind the numbers Those people should be difficult to ignore than they are I wish this got publicity than it does. This is a great primer on the undervaluing of direct care work despite its endemic stress, danger, and burnout Most workers are women earning low wages, often with poor training and almost universally in the context of lack of respect for the job as a category It s a fortuitous time for me to come across this, because issues around direct care are relevant to my major project According to the author s research, DC work will be the single largest job category in the U.S by 2020.