Healing the Wounded Heart

Healing the Wounded Heart
Author: Dan B. Allender
Publsiher: Baker Books
Total Pages: 288
Release: 2016-02-23
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781493401512

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First published in 1989, Dan Allender's The Wounded Heart has helped hundreds of thousands of people come to terms with sexual abuse in their past. Now, more than twenty-five years later, Allender has written a brand-new book on the subject that takes into account recent discoveries about the lasting physical, emotional, relational, and spiritual ramifications of sexual abuse. With great compassion Allender offers hope for victims of rape, date rape, incest, molestation, sexting, sexual bullying, unwanted advances, pornography, and more, exposing the raw wounds that are left behind and clearing the path toward wholeness and healing. Never minimizing victims' pain or offering pat spiritual answers that don't truly address the problem, he instead calls evil evil and lights the way to renewed joy. Counselors, pastors, and friends of those who have suffered sexual harm will find in this book the deep spiritual guidance they need to effectively minister to the sexually broken around them. Victims themselves will find here a sympathetic friend to walk alongside them on the road to healing.

The Wounded Heart

The Wounded Heart
Author: Dan Allender
Publsiher: Tyndale House
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2014-02-27
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781615215218

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For those who have experienced childhood sexual abuse and those who love and care for them, The Wounded Heart offers a tender, compassionate window into the psychological effects of abuse and the theological foundations for healing. Thirty years ago, with great courage and vision, Dan Allender brought Christians to the table to acknowledge, understand, and help victims heal from their experience of the evil of sexual abuse. His work continues to help victims and those who love them to honestly acknowledge their abuse, understand the unique challenge of repentance for victims of abuse, and learn to love boldly in defiance of their trauma. Ultimately Dan offers the bold assurance to sexual abuse victims that even they can find their way to joy and hope in the comforting embrace of a good God. The Wounded Heart has sold over 400,000 copies and has been the first book family, friends, counselors, pastors, and victims have turned to in search of Christian answers to the calamity of sexual abuse. With a new introduction reflecting on the ongoing importance of the book, and a companion workbook for personal and group recovery, The Wounded Heart continues to offer an urgently needed word of grace in a world ravaged by sexual abuse.

To Heal a Wounded Heart

To Heal a Wounded Heart
Author: Pilar Jennings
Publsiher: Shambhala Publications
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2017-12-12
Genre: Psychology
ISBN: 9780834841031

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Early on in her clinical practice, psychoanalyst Pilar Jennings was presented with a particularly difficult case: a six-year-old girl who, traumatized by loss, had stopped speaking. Challenged by the limitations of her training to respond effectively to the isolating effect of childhood trauma, Jennings takes the unconventional path of inviting her friend Lama Pema—a kindly Tibetan Buddhist monk who experienced his own life-shaping trauma at a very young age—into their sessions. In the warm therapeutic space they create, the young girl slowly begins to heal. The result is a fascinating case study of the intersection of Western psychology and Buddhist teachings. Pilar’s story is for therapists, parents, Buddhists, or any of us who hold out the hope that even the deepest childhood wounds can be the portal to our capacity to love and be loved.

The Heartache No One Sees

The Heartache No One Sees
Author: Sheila Walsh
Publsiher: Thomas Nelson
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2007-05-13
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781418536213

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Do you belong to the "silent community of the broken," hiding your pain under a veneer of busyness and perfection? Sheila Walsh, best-selling author, popular Women of Faith® speaker, and gifted recording artist, has a God-given passion for reaching out to women who are privately carrying around broken hearts. she knows what they are going through because she used to be one of them. Are you lonely but too ashamed to open up? Are you a victim of well-meaning friends who have told you to get over it? Have you tried to heal yourself, to tidy up your pain with a quick fix? Is there a voice inside you saying that you will never change, that you are not worthy of God's love, that you will always be stuck as you are right now? In The Heartache No One Sees, Sheila shows you why some people are able to access and maintain an absolute hope that cannot be shaken?while others lose it like the morning mist. You're invited to join her on a prayer-filled, God-seeking journey to understand how to live in this world, with all its potential for hurt, pain, and fear, and still experience a deep healing that you are able to hold on to, no matter what life throws at you.

Healing Wounded Hearts

Healing Wounded Hearts
Author: Fyre Jean Graveline
Publsiher: Brunswick Books
Total Pages: 238
Release: 2004-01
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 1552661423

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Healing Wounded Hearts brings together stories, poems and artwork that illustrate the struggles and strengths the author has, as a Metis woman, living in intersecting, parallel, sometime colliding, socio-cultural realities. -- cover.

The Healing Path

The Healing Path
Author: Dan B. Allender
Publsiher: Waterbrook Press
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2000-09
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9781578563913

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A compelling, inspirational guide to healing from old wounds shows readers how to channel the painful energy of past hurts into a meaningful, fruitful life. Original.

Beauty Marks

Beauty Marks
Author: Linda Barrick
Publsiher: David C Cook
Total Pages: 256
Release: 2017-09-01
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9781434711120

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In this powerful healing journey, Linda Barrick applies the words Jesus spoke during His time of greatest pain to help readers transform their deepest wounds into their highest purpose. In one second, Linda Barrick’s life changed when a drunk driver slammed into her family’s van, nearly killing her daughter and leaving Linda, her husband, and their son critically injured. Barrick draws on her remarkable story of loss and hope to lead readers toward emotional, physical, and spiritual restoration. Everyone experiences shattered dreams and emotional pain. Some scars are visible, and some are hidden deep in the heart. Whether the pain happened yesterday or fifteen years ago, Beauty Marks shows readers that they don’t have to keep covering up their wounds. As Barrick leads readers through Jesus’s words of abandonment, forgiveness, and release, she shows how pain has purpose—and that God can transform scars into beautiful marks of victory.

Only God Can Heal the Wounded Heart

Only God Can Heal the Wounded Heart
Author: Ed Bulkley
Publsiher: Harvest House Pub
Total Pages: 313
Release: 1995
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 1565073231

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Many Christians today struggle with guilt feelings and hurts that bring bitterness and anger to their hearts. Therapists say these individuals need to go back into their past and work through the pain. Biblical solutions, says Bulkley, are far superior because they promise true freedom, genuine inner peace and a fresh beginning.