There are no bruises to yellow and heal, no gaping wound to point to. But, in spite of their invisibility, emotional wounds are a very damaging form of abuse. Whether caused by words, actions, or even indifference, emotional abuse is very common-yet often overlooked. In this helpful guide, Christian therapist Gregory Jantz examines why emotional abuse is so common and damaging. He reveals how those who have been abused by a spouse, parent, employer, or minister can overcome the past and rebuild their self-image. This new expanded edition of Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse now includes: * strategies for dealing with the verbal abuser * self-check quizzes with each chapter * keys to rebuilding relationships * letters from survivors of emotional abuse * new information on spiritual abuse * a biblical plan for healingHe felt there had to be a psychological explanation for her physical problem, so he sent her to me. As I talked with her, I found out she lived in a very abusive relationship with a husband who beat her and her children. Not only did he beat heranbsp;...
|Title||:||Healing the Scars of Emotional Abuse|
|Author||:||Gregory L. Ph.D. Jantz, Ann McMurray|
|Publisher||:||Baker Books - 2003-11-01|