HOPE AND HEALING FROM EMOTIONAL ABUSE

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Hope And Healing From Emotional Abuse

Author : Gregory L. Ph.D. Jantz
ISBN : 9781441242969
Genre : Religion
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Whether caused by words, actions, or even indifference, emotional abuse is common--yet often overlooked. This helpful guide reveals how those who have been abused by a spouse, parent, employer, or minister can overcome the past and rebuild their self-image. It includes •strategies for dealing with the verbal abuser •self-check quizzes with each chapter •keys to rebuilding relationships •letters from survivors of emotional abuse •help dealing with spiritual abuse •a biblical plan for healing
Category: Religion

Hope And Healing From Emotional Abuse

Author : Gregory L. Ph.D. Jantz
ISBN : 0800788311
Genre : Religion
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Whether caused by words, actions, or even indifference, emotional abuse is common--yet often overlooked. This helpful guide reveals how those who have been abused by a spouse, parent, employer, or minister can overcome the past and rebuild their self-image. It includes •strategies for dealing with the verbal abuser •self-check quizzes with each chapter •keys to rebuilding relationships •letters from survivors of emotional abuse •help dealing with spiritual abuse •a biblical plan for healing
Category: Religion

Is It My Fault

Author : Lindsey A. Holcomb
ISBN : 9780802485618
Genre : Religion
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Is it My Fault? proclaims the gospel of healing and hope to victims who know too well the depths of destruction and the overwhelming reality of domestic violence. At least one in every three women have been beaten, coerced into sex, or abused in their lifetime. The effects of domestic violence are physical, social, emotional, psychological, and spiritual, and can have long-lasting distressing consequences. It is common for victims of domestic violence to suffer from ongoing depression and recurring nightmares, self-harm, such as cutting, panic attacks, substance abuse, and more. This book exists to address the abysmal issues of domestic violence using the powerful and transforming biblical message of grace and redemption. Is It My Fault? convincingly shows that the Lord is the only one who can heal the despairing victim. It deals with this devastating problem and sin honestly and directly without hiding its prevalence today.
Category: Religion

Healing The Scars Of Emotional Abuse

Author : Gregory L. Jantz
ISBN : 0800755561
Genre : Neuroses
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Biblical answers on how to survive emotional or spiritual abuse, deal with an abuser, heal the scars and rebuild healthy relationships.
Category: Neuroses

Broken Trust

Author : Patrick Fleming
ISBN : UCSC:32106018984697
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Presents the firsthand stories of priest child abusers in their own words, revealing their struggles with anger, repentance, and self-delusion while sharing insight into the sources of their abusive behaviors, in a volume that also shares the stories of abuse survivors and their journeys toward healing. Original.
Category: Family & Relationships

Breaking The Cycle Of Abuse

Author : Beverly Engel
ISBN : 9781119235149
Genre : Self-Help
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"A beacon of hope for women and men who fear that they will pass the abuse they have suffered on to their children, partners, or employees. Humane and compassionate but also clear and down to earth, this is a wonderful contribution to the literature on healing." --Lundy Bancroft, author of When Dad Hurts Mom and Why Does He Do That? "In this remarkably powerful, wise, and compassionate book, Beverly Engel leads readers step by step through a program that will help survivors of emotional, physical, or sexual abuse in childhood to heal from their wounds so they don't need to re-enact their abusive pasts. She offers expert advice and strategies to help parents and would-be parents avoid doing to their children what was done to them and helps both abusers and victims in emotionally and physically abusive relationships make vitally important changes in their relationships." --Susan Forward, Ph.D., author of Toxic Parents and Emotional Blackmail If you were emotionally, physically, or sexually abused as a child or adolescent, or if you experienced neglect or abandonment, it isn't a question of whether you will continue the cycle of abuse but rather a question of how--whether you will become an abuser or continue to be a victim. In this breakthrough book, Beverly Engel, a leading expert on emotional and sexual abuse, explains how to stop the cycle of abuse once and for all. Her step-by-step program provides the necessary skills for gaining control over emotions, changing negative attitudes, learning healthy ways of communicating, healing the damage from prior abuse, and seeking out support. Throughout, Engel shares many dramatic personal stories including her own experiences with abusive behavior. Breaking the Cycle of Abuse gives you the power to shatter abusive patterns for good and offers a legacy of hope and healing for you and your family.
Category: Self-Help

Hope And Healing For The Abused

Author : Paul Griffin
ISBN : 1852404809
Genre : Religion
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Many Christians carry the scars of their experiences of physical, racial, emotional, spiritual or sexual abuse. As a consequence their life is controlled by confusion and shame, and they go through life feeling rejected and fearful of further rejection. This work explains how abuse affects the way we relate to God, to others and to ourselves.
Category: Religion

A Woman S Path To Emotional Freedom

Author : Julie Clinton
ISBN : 9780736939911
Genre : Religion
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Julie Clinton, author, speaker, and president of Extraordinary Women, has met thousands of women across the nation and heard them share the deep cry of their hearts. Women are desperate to break free of the emotional bondage of the past--the guilt, the anger, the jealousy, and the sadness. Julie offers women real hope and the chance to be free, filled with joy, and able to be used by God. With gripping real-life stories as well as stories from women of the Bible, Julie shares specific help for each debilitating emotion. She also provides a Bible study for an in-depth look at God's word and His provisions of grace and forgiveness. Readers will discover the perfect book for an individual seeking healing or for a small group Bible study. God can heal your damaged emotions.
Category: Religion

Healing Invisible Wounds

Author : Richard F. Mollica
ISBN : 9780826516411
Genre : Political Science
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In these personal reflections on his thirty years of clinical work with victims of genocide, torture, and abuse in the United States, Cambodia, Bosnia, and other parts of the world, Richard Mollica describes the surprising capacity of traumatized people to heal themselves. Here is how Neil Boothby, Director of the Program on Forced Migration and Health at the Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, describes the book: "Mollica provides a wealth of ethnographic and clinical evidence that suggests the human capacity to heal is innate--that the 'survival instinct' extends beyond the physical to include the psychological as well. He enables us to see how recovery from 'traumatic life events' needs to be viewed primarily as a 'mystery' to be listened to and explored, rather than solely as a 'problem' to be identified and solved. Healing involves a quest for meaning--with all of its emotional, cultural, religious, spiritual and existential attendants--even when bio-chemical reactions are also operative." Healing Invisible Wounds reveals how trauma survivors, through the telling of their stories, teach all of us how to deal with the tragic events of everyday life. Mollica's important discovery that humiliation--an instrument of violence that also leads to anger and despair--can be transformed through his therapeutic project into solace and redemption is a remarkable new contribution to survivors and clinicians. This book reveals how in every society we have to move away from viewing trauma survivors as "broken people" and "outcasts" to seeing them as courageous people actively contributing to larger social goals. When violence occurs, there is damage not only to individuals but to entire societies, and to the world. Through the journey of self-healing that survivors make, they enable the rest of us not only as individuals but as entire communities to recover from injury in a violent world.
Category: Political Science