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Healing The Shame That Binds You

Author: John Bradshaw
Publisher: Health Communications, Inc.
ISBN: 0757303234
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Shame is the motivator behind many toxic behaviors like compulsion, codependency, addiction, and drive to superachieve. This title identifies personal shame, explains the underlying reasons, and addresses root causes.

Repair Your Life

Author: Marjorie McKinnon
Publisher: Loving Healing Press
ISBN: 1615992723
Size: 36.48 MB
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ÿR.E.P.A.I.R. is a Six-Stage Program for abuse survivors that will transform your life forever! Recognize and accept your adult problems stemming from childhood sexual abuse.Enter into a commitment to transform your life.Process your issues with tools and techniques that will enable you to become healthy.Awareness to discover reality as you gather and assemble the pieces of the broken puzzle your life became.Insight into the complete picture helps you begin to return to what you were prior to being sexually violated.Rhythm recovers the natural rhythm you had before the incest happened, the blueprint that is the essence of your true nature, becoming who you really are. Therapists' Acclaim forÿREPAIR Your Life "REPAIR Your Life is one of several significant books by a woman who writes openly and perceptively, using her own experiences to take us down her path to an ultimately fulfilling life. This is an important book." --Vincent J. Felitti, MD, co-principal investigator of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) Study "Thank you Marjorie and God bless you for adapting this program for our survivors to follow. You have given survivors hope to continue on their healing journey." --Donna Gustafson, Executive Director, Sunrise Center Against Sexual Abuse "This program just has to work, because whether intuitively or through research, Marjorie McKinnon has assembled a highly effective program of recovery." --Bob Rich, PhD, psychologist Special editions also available for teenagers, children 6-12, and toddlers. for more information or to find a support group in your area.

Repair Your Life

Author: Margie McKinnon
Publisher: Loving Healing Press
ISBN: 1932690522
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McKinnon presents a six-stage program for abuse survivors that helps them recognize and accept their adult problems stemming from childhood sexual abuse, and to process issues with tools and techniques to regain a healthy life.


Author: James M. Lamb
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1491823798
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Rev. James Lamb has provided the Afro centric Spiritual community a tremendous literary historical-theological treatise. The psycho-social issues facing the African American community today have their roots in the legacy of white supremacy which has dominated Black life in all areas of human activity, including economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex and war. BLACK uncovers the historical legacy of this dehumanization process and provides the solution for the African American community to reclaim its African soul by restoring its memory of the Ancient Egyptian genius to address contemporary struggles of Black life in all areas of people activity, including economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex and war. Rev. Richard D. Bullard, ThM Senior Pastor of Grace Evangelical Baptist Church Pine Bluff, Arkansas “This book parallels the practice of religion and the history of African and African American culture. Rev. Lamb takes the reader on his lifelong journey of discovery and realizations of his morality and his responsibility as a man of the cloth. This book offers compelling dialogue that makes the reader reflect and search within for answers we should all seek for ourselves.” Garbo Hearne, Independent Bookseller, Pyramid Art, Books & Custom Framing BLACK: A clear straight forward historical and present day look into the complex world of Black people. From genius Empires displayed historically through slavery, Jim Crow, racial tension and Black on Black crimes; BLACK stands as a monument of practical resource information giving revelation of a great history. BLACK should be required reading in all educational institutions. Frazier Lamb Social Worker Department of Children Family Services State of Connecticut

Looking Back Moving On

Author: Boyd Luter
Publisher: NavPress Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780891097204
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Pressing circumstances and physical illness forced seminary professor Luter to analyze how much his troubled relationship with his father had been affecting his health, family life, and ministry over the years. Dr. Luter tells how recovery plays an important part in the sanctification process and how to Biblically evaluate the various approaches to recovery.

Selling Serenity

Author: Andrew Meacham
Publisher: Sirs
ISBN: 9780897777087
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With the phenomenal growth of Alcoholics Anonymous & the vast number of other 12-Step programs that have evolved from it, the "recovery movement" has attained epic status. People are "recovering" from everything from overeating to sexual addictions - most of them engaging in the 12-steps in order to heal. Those experts that have attained a degree of fame, the "Recovery Stars," get thousands of dollars for speaking about their own "recovery" experiences. The recovery movement has become a billion dollar industry & a major facet of our current culture. Recovery is a subculture of shared values, the highest & noblest of which is "serenity." Recovery is not only proposed as a means of conquering an addition, but also a way of saving your life & achieving a higher level of being. In this detailed, well-researched book, however, author Andrew Meacham questions the processes that the 12-Step programs & in fact, the entire recovery movement employ. Why does the medical profession qualify all these addictions as "diseases," & why is the insurance industry so quick to pay for treatment? Meacham attempts to answer these questions & many more that the recovery movement raises. He attempts to define addiction & disease, & cites various studies used to support recovery idealogy, pointing out the misapplication of their results that often leads to over generalization & false claims. He discusses the paradox between the "written word" of individuality within the recovery movement & the unwritten universal stories that recovery gurus use to take away the individual's power.