Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse
ISBN 10: 0800733231
ISBN 13: 978-0800733230
This helpful guide reveals how those who have been emotionally abused can overcome the past and rebuild their self-image.
From the Back Cover
Hope and healing for the victims of emotional abuse
Emotional abuse is one of the most pervasive--and least recognized--kinds of abuse in our society. Whether you or a loved one has been abused by words, actions, or even indifference, this book will show you how to overcome the past.
In this revised and updated edition, you'll find
•strategies for dealing with a verbal abuser
•keys to rebuilding relationships
•stories from survivors of emotional abuse
•new information on spiritual abuse
•a biblical plan for healing
Don't suffer in silence. If you have been abused by a spouse, parent, employer, minister, or friend, this book can open the doors to lasting healing.
"If you are suffering from the pervasive pain of emotional abuse through words or actions, you have suffered long enough. This book offers a balm for the battered soul."--Les Parrot III, professor of clinical psychology, Seattle Pacific University
"The scriptural and biblically oriented guidance found in this carefully crafted book will prove of inestimable value to all who accept--and adopt--its valid advice."--Ted Engstrom, former president, World Vision International
Gregory L. Jantz, PhD, is founder and director of The Center for Counseling and Health Resources, Inc., in the Seattle area, and is the author of several books. He has a daily radio show and conducts seminars on a variety of subjects.
Ann McMurray has helped Jantz write several books. She lives in Washington and works at The Center for Counseling and Health Resources, Inc.
About the Author
Gregory L. Jantz, PhD, is founder and director of the Center for Counseling and Health Resources in Edmonds, Washington, and the author of eleven books. He has a daily radio show in the Seattle area and conducts seminars on a variety of subjects.
Ann McMurray has helped Jantz write several books. She lives in Washington and works at the Center for Counseling and Health Resources, Inc., in the Seattle area.