Strong at the broken places: overcoming the trauma of childhood abuse

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Random House, Jun 10, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 191 pages
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A renowned psychotherapist presents a definitive guide to help individuals overcome patterns of childhood physical, emotional, and sexual abuse and develop positive attitudes toward themselves physically and mentally

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Strong at the broken places: overcoming the trauma of childhood abuse

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Sanford presents a perceptive and empathic examination of why and how victims of abuse either take the downward path to violence and destruction or become responsible citizens, good friends, and ... Read full review

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It was really nice and refreshing to read a book that recognised the importance of choices and strength that it takes for survivors of abuse and traumatic events to overcome the struggles they are faced with to move on with their lives and live and enjoy life despite those past experiences. Read full review


chapter one Once Damaged Goods
chapter two Trauma
chapter three Lies of the Mind

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LINDA TSCHIRHART SANFORD is a licensed psychotherapist and the co-author of "In Defense of Ourselves: A Rape Prevention Handbook for Women" and "The Silent Children: A Parent's Guide to the Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse".

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