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The deep pain of childhood abuse – physical or emotional, whether a child was neglected or wished nothing more than to be left alone – doesn't just go away. There's simply no just getting over it. Even if no physical scars remain as evidence of the victim's suffering, the deep emotional wounds are still there. But it is possible to become whole and happy.
In Healing the Scars of Childhood Abuse, Dr. Gregory Jantz helps readers understand the effects of childhood abuse on their emotional, intellectual, physical, relational, and spiritual health. He then outlines the steps to lasting healing, including grieving what was lost, learning to balance emotions with intentionality, regaining a positive relationship with one's own body and mind, and coming to an understanding of God not as a frightening authority figure like the abuser or an accusing judge, but as a loving creator, redeemer, and friend.
Number of Pages: 208
Publication Date: 2017
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
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Ann McMurray has coauthored several books, including Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse. She lives in Washington and works at The Center • A Place of Hope.
A.Betts5 Stars Out Of 5Great Read...!March 10, 2018A.BettsQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book was very helpful. Myself along with many others suffered very traumatizing childhoods. This book helped me realize that i can be a great society and that i'm not alone. I highly recommend this book to anyone that has scars from childhood.
Emily5 Stars Out Of 5Good book to understand childhood abuseFebruary 16, 2018EmilyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book was a good read to help understand others who grew up around childhood abuse. It was very enlightening and I would like to thank the author!
Ashley Betts5 Stars Out Of 5Great Read!September 22, 2017Ashley BettsQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0This book is incredibly helpful in helping understand what happened during a troubled childhood, why it did, and how to find resolution and peace. As a person who had a bad childhood this book really helped me get over a lot ive been through. Thank you for writing this book. Most highly recommended
Joshua Wolf5 Stars Out Of 5A great way to see through the forced sugar coating of abuseSeptember 20, 2017Joshua WolfQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I grew up in an abusive home, and Im currently working through a lot of that baggage. I got this book for free in exchange for a review so that I might help myself and others through such things. The book is well written and easy to understand. Upfront you should know its a rough kick to the childhood, not because of harsh delivery but simply that we often sugar coat abuse with lies that: "It wasnt so bad" or "It was my fault", etc, etc, and this rips through those lies exposing abuse in its many forms for what it is. (denial is not a river in Egypt contrary to common belief). 3/4 of the book is dedicated to identifying instances of abuse in your life (or others), with the last 4th of the book directed at working through to healing. Honestly, Im already currently in counseling, I've been working through a lot of this stuff, but the book validated a lot of things for me as abuse and has helped me quite a bit. Highly recommend. Just know that sometimes healing hurts along the way. Expect that, and choose to face it.
Jacquis Reviews5 Stars Out Of 5Very InsightfulSeptember 3, 2017Jacquis ReviewsQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5So well written and very easy to understand. It makes sense and is not like a normal informative book. It helps you understand if you know someone who was abused during childhood or to help you if you were abused.
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