Sexual Assault: Will I Ever Feel Okay Again?

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Baker Publishing Group, Aug 1, 1993 - Self-Help - 208 pages
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Will I Ever Feel Okay Again?"Kay Scott helps us to feel the pain, fear, shame, self-loathing and doubt, but also the courage, faith, friendship, support, and growth of her pathway through a personal hell. This is a helpful book for all parents, pastors, youth workers, and teachers to read.... All who are victimized by these violations of self bear scars that cannot be truly healed unless they gain insights contained in these pages...."Jay Kesler, President, Taylor University"...writes passionately of the aftermath of agony that haunts the victims of rape. Yet with equal passion she offers a message of hope and healing...an invaluable resource for those who have been victimized and the people who love them."Lynne Hybels, Willow Creek Community Church"Kay's confidence in the mysterious and wonderful work of God invites the reader to experience life-changing hope in the face of the darkest deed perpetrated against the soul...must reading for any who personally face the heartache of rape or struggle to love one who has been violated...a must read for any who want to face the reality of living in a fallen world with piercing honesty and winsome hope."Dan Allender, Ph.D. Biblical Counseling DepartmentColorado Christian University"Compelling and invaluable...skillfully combines Kay's own intensely personal experience as a recovered rape victim with her years of advocacy for other survivors. This book offers emotiona

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Helpful for understanding some of the issues that victims of sexual assault face. Read full review

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User Review  - Doug Dale - Goodreads

Helpful for understanding some of the issues that victims of sexual assault face. Read full review

About the author (1993)

David and Kay Scott have spent 27 summers touring the United States and Canada in a series of Volkswagen campers, and two summers backpacking through Europe by rail. David holds a Ph.D. in economics from the University of Arkansas and has written books on accounting, finance, and investing. David and Kay live in Valdosta, Georgia, where David is a professor of finance at Valdosta State University and Kay is retired from the public schools.

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