Healing in the Hurting Places

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Destiny Image Publishers, Aug 16, 2011 - Self-Help - 191 pages
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Healing in the Hurting Places is a personal experience story and outreach for victims of childhood sexual abuse, and those who want to help them. It sensitively focuses on the healing journey—how to recognize symptoms of abuse and offer help. Victims often feel alone, they don’t know where to turn or may believe no one will understand. Author Karen Riley speaks to that place of pain and takes you on the healing journey that transformed her life.

“This is not about the tragic event, but about where to go now. I want them to know that they are not alone, and there is One who can heal their broken hearts,” writes the author.

Others who will benefit from this story of hope and healing: those affected by alcoholism, drug abuse, domestic, and other physical or verbal abuse—and those who are involved with them.

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Many victims share similar characteristics and traits as a result of abuse, which often manifest in the same behavior patterns—Healing in the Hurting Places is a springboard to empowerment and better understanding.

 

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Contents

Bathed in Son Light
Out of the Comfort Zone
Wrath and Forgiveness
Transparency
Walking in Truth
Eating Disorders
Yours in Healing
Fear of Success

Floodwaters
Streams in the Desert
The Potters Wheel
In Need of a Savior
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Karen F. Riley writes for newspapers and magazines and has authored two weekly newspaper columns and four books. Seven years ago she started KFR Communications, a custom graphic and Website design company. She also leads a ministry called “Healing in the Hurting Places” that offers hope to those suffering from childhood abuse. For more information, visit www.healinginthehurtingplaces.com. Karen and her husband, Bill, have been married for 30 years and are the parents of Lisa, Laura, and Christopher. They reside in New Egypt, New Jersey.

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