The Sorrow of Sexual Assault & the Joy of Healing

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Synergy Publishers, 1989 - Social Science - 100 pages
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In an era of sexual abuse, Kay Zibolsky strikes a chord of coompassion for victims. As a teenager, Zibolsky's life radically changed after her rape and pregnancy by a menacing attacker. She shares her search for God's healing and how she has become an emissary of peace to other victims.

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Not a lot of information beyond her personal experience and story. It read more like a promotion for the ministry she got involved in. For someone looking for a book to help them heal from rape, this book is not recommended. Read full review


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