For Her

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - Self-Help - 194 pages
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The book is a self-help book to help victims of abuse or misfortune find their way out of the maze of disempowering beliefs that are accumulated as a result of the abuse or misfortune. Specifically, it is a guide to assist in reprogramming those negative beliefs. It also includes my own story of surviving various abuses and how I overcame the negative effects of these abuses: satanic abuse as a toddler; sexual, physical, and emotional abuse throughout my childhood/adolescence; intermittent rapes and suicidal tendencies; "battered wife's syndrome" as an adult; a severe auto accident in 1997; self-destructive habits acquired along life's path, and the resulting various abusive relationships engaged in because of the negative perceptions I gleaned and believed about myself.

The main message is that we can regenerate ourselves, however we wish to do so after abuse and misfortune, through God's daily guidance, because each of us retains the ultimate power to do that, no matter what lies about ourselves that the perpetrators or seemingly unfortunate mishaps have planted into our minds. A loving, all-powerful God created us and we can use our God-given "free will" to REPROGRAM our own minds to accept the truth about ourselves: that we are amazing, wondrous, beautiful people, not because anything we have done or anything we can do in the future, but simply because God made us that way. We are good!

 

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Contents

God is love
7
Love can become dysfunctional
12
Who am I?
22
What am I worth?
27
What do I want out of life?
32
The sins of the fathers
37
Wives submit yourselves unto your own husbands
43
And baby makes three
51
Delivering life
107
Suicide
110
Freedom isnt free
115
Indiana
119
The day I lost my daughter
123
Custody games
127
Checkmate
141
Divorce
144

Rape and escape
58
The battered woman
65
It wasnt so bad
69
Miracles still happen
73
In the fields of Iowa
75
Prozac
82
On the road again
90
Guilt
93
Adultery
101
Head On
151
Arizona
155
My meridian
163
Strike three
171
A profound Insight
175
The key
182
Forgiveness
187
Reference List
191
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Linda Arbizu is the 5th, and the middle child, of the nine children born to opera singer, Ray Arbizu, and his wife, social worker, Marion Albrecht. Linda attended six different universities before finally finishing her bachelor's degree via an external degree program in May of 2002. Her story of surviving satanic abuse as a toddler; sexual, physical, and emotional abuse throughout her childhood/adolescence; intermittent rapes and suicidal tendencies; "battered wife's syndrome" as an adu

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