ROBERT LLOYD SHERRIFF 8/7/1954 BORN IN AUSTRALIA. YOU CAN BUY MY BOOKS ANYWERE IN WORLD. ROBERT SHERRIFF—TO ALL MY FRIENDS IN AMERICA AND INDIA AND THE REST OF THE WORLD PLEASE BUY MY BOOKS SO I CAN PAY MY FUNERAL COSTS. I HAVE ASBESTOS. I AM 65. OR SEND MONEY TO 11 KYLIE CRESENT HILLBANK 5112 SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ROBERT SHERRIFF AUTHOR OF NOBODY’S HOME.
ROBERT LLOYD SHERRIFF 8/7/1954 BORN IN AUSTRALIA. YOU CAN BUY MY BOOKS ANYWERE IN WORLD. ROBERT SHERRIFF—TO ALL MY FRIENDS IN America and India and THE rest of the WORLD PLEASE BUY MY BOOKS SO I CAN PAY MY FUNERAL COSTS. I HAVE ASBESTOS. I AM 65. OR SEND MONEY TO 11 KYLIE CRESENT HILLBANK 5112 SOUTH AUSTRALIA. ROBERT SHERRIFF AUTHOR OF NOBODY’S HOME.
YOU CAN BUY MY BOOKS ANYWERE IN WORLD. ROBERT SHERRIFF—TO ALL MY FRIENDS IN america and india and THE rest of the WORLD PLEASE BUY MY BOOKS SO I CAN PAY MY FUNERAL COSTS. I HAVE ASBESTOS. I AM 65. OR SEND MONEY TO 11 KYLIE CRESENT HILLBANK 5112 SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
ROBERT SHERRIFF AUTHOR OF NOBODY’S HOME
YOU CAN BUY MY BOOKS ANYWERE IN WORLD. ROBERT SHERRIFF TO ALL MY FRIENDS IN AMERICA AND INDIA AND ALL THE REST OF THE WORLD PLEASE BUY MY BOOKS SO I CAN PAY MY FUNERAL COSTS. I AM 65. OR SEND MONEY TO 11 KYLIE CRESENT HILLBANK 5112 SOUTH AUSTRALIA. THIS IS NOT ONE OF THOSE CON JOBS. I HAVE ABOUT TWO YEARS LEFT TO LIVE I HAVE “ASBESTOS” PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, BUY MY BOOKS. PLEASE BUY MY BOOKS SO I CAN ALSO SET UP A FOUNDATION ACCOUNT FOR THOSE PEOPLE WHO ARE COMMITING SUICIDE EVERY YEAR TO MANY PEOPLE ARE TAKING THEIR OWN LIFES 11, 12, AND 13-YEAR-OLD BOYS AND GIRLS AND ADULTS WE NEED TO HELP THEM STOP THEM PLEASE BUY. Individuals with substance use disorders are also at elevated risk for suicidal – ICE
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AN ACCOUNT ON ROBERT SHERRIFF’S LIFE – NOBODY’S HOME
A BRIEF ON MY LIFE
Belonging from the Australian Aboriginal group, on my mother’s side seven generations back were a baby would be born my great-great-grandmother was half cast there were no marriages allowed a little like African Americans were white can’t marry colour people. I’m just glad we might be seeing it all changed for the better now. Robert’s early life was very difficult. He was a child from The Stolen Generations who got separated from his parents. The state sent him to foster care, where he went through sexual abuse and mental trauma. Robert lived through one of the darkest times of Australian history, where native Australian people were called half-castes and treated like cattle.
On the state’s order, Aboriginal children were separated from there families and selected to work for and adjust in the white society. However, being a believer, Robert refused to quit and endured all that resistance, which he kept on facing while growing up.
He also wrote a book series “Dirkbell” for children and has written poems praising the nature, life, the attribute of love that have been gifted to us by God and all other bounties.
“Don’t just exist; do something meaningful with you’re life. Discover the problem and fix it.” Never use can’t, if or but using these words shows me that you have failed already. No, what you want to do is grasp it hold it shake it take it. Are you a winner? Ask yourself that question.
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Nobody’s Home is truly a heart breaking story. I was teary eyed many times as I turned the pages. The author has been to hell and back living to tell his story of horrific abuse not only by his own family but by the hands of the very people who were supposed to protect him. Years upon years of continued abuse sent young Robert down a road of treachery beyond what the mind can imagine. The injustices that occurred throughout his young life paved the way for a completely damaged adult. With true courage and strength Robert marched on like a dedicated soldier going into battle fighting for his truths and freedom every step of the way. Adulthood did not free him from his internal damage and pain. Life continued to be a turbulent ride until recent times. As the true healing has now begun so many, many years later, this story is a profound example to the long terms effects of abuse. Around the world globally child abuse is happening and we need to raise our voices for change. This author has done that – he now stands! FIVE STARS
Doctor Arthur Luckas – Nobody’s Home
Robert Sherriff psychiatrist
This book grips you from the first page, written with raw emotion and honesty.
We read about the author’s traumatic upbringing and how he did not let his past childhood experiences destroy his life. It takes courage to write such a book and open yourself up to the world. A true inspiration to anyone who reads this book.
Bottom Line – Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Hard book to put down
By Robert Westwood
From Adelaide Australia
What an amazing story of survival and horror that could be done to an innocent kid by people and officials paid to look after children.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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So sad a good read Cathy Cooney Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) – 1975 8 pm EST, 5 pm PAC -Special guest Robert Sherriff Cathy Cooney Tonight’s special guest is Robert Sherriff from Adelaide, South Australia, an actor/model/singer, motivational speaker, writer of youth fiction and poetry, and author of the recently published autobiography ‘Nobody’s Home.’ Robert’s father was a severely violent alcoholic in the RAAF and his mother was a prostitute often raped and beaten by his father right in front of him. Robert and his twin brother were miracle births each weighing only 2 lbs, but he often thought it may have been better if they were aborted. His life changed course forever the day his father broke his arm and four ribs with a broomstick, resulting in Robert becoming a ward of the Australian government. they began years of systemic and brutal physical and sexual abuse beginning at only 7 years old in multiple boy’s homes and hospitals by multiple persons which he says left him feeling shattered, afraid, grieving, and sometimes wishing he would die. He remembers everything in graphic details how he ended up feeling self-hatred leading to self-mutilation and self-punishment. It took until 2008 for him to truly begin healing after finding good medical supports and with his faith in God. Now at 64 years old, his book reveals the horror of children in government care in the ’60s and ’70s, “one of the darkest periods in Australia’s history where children were currency in the hands of evil men who could operate with immunity.” He shares his long journey from victim to survivor, eventually forgiving his father, and wants to give voice to the horrors suffered in secret and see justice for every one of these Wards of State, many of whom committed suicide. Cathy Cooney
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By Anonymous NOBODY’S HOME
Good on you Robert for writing the book and telling you’re story. I grew up with loving parents and can’t imagine what you went through as a child. It’s so unbelievable that there are people out there who can abuse children or even animals, they have a blocked heart chakra and don’t feel love. Lots of love to you and I hope you sell lots of copies. Chlorine Jackson Like · Reply · 2m
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By Harold NOBODY’S HOME
This was an amazing, well-executed read, although a little slow at times for me, I truly enjoyed it. It keeps you on your toes. I could not put it down. So much pain that boy suffered from his father. And this abuse I wonder if he is paranoid schizophrenia? But I see he was able to get some sort of life once his father committed suicide. A must-read. This was an extraordinarily moving, and heartfelt read.
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By Anonymous NOBODY’S HOME
This book grips you from the first page, written with raw emotion and honesty. We read about the author’s traumatic upbringing and how he did not let his early childhood experiences to destroy his life. It takes courage to write such a book and open your self to the world. A true inspiration to anyone who reads this book.