That Door: Ending Institutional Sexual Abuse in Families
Witness a deeply moving and inspiring story of pain, grief, and finding healing through God.
When Carmen's uncle began molesting her at the tender age of 7, it sparked a heartbreaking downward spiral into a world of emotional pain, grief, and suppression. Raised in an emotionally distant family where adults are always right and sex was a taboo topic, she suffered silently for years, growing more withdrawn and distant - and even long after the abuse stopped, she continued to struggle with deep-seated scars that haunted her life.
Artfully written as a poignant and heartbreaking story of one woman's journey through abuse, That Door shares Carmen's experiences, illuminating her long and often painful path to healing. Richly interwoven with personal anecdotes and timeless spiritual wisdom, Carmen reveals how in her darkest moment, she discovered a source of guidance and comfort in God. With the help of her spiritual mentors, she found the strength to challenge her long-buried pain, stop blaming herself, rediscover the emotions that she'd been suppressing for decades, and finally emerge as an inspiring voice for other abuse survivors.
As a must-read for women, religious ministers, pastors, counselors, and anybody who wants to gain a deeper understanding of the realities of abuse and the emotional scars it leaves in its wake, this hard-hitting memoir stands as an uplifting testament to Carmen's victory over her past.
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- Publisher: Irene W Huston
- Publish Date: Jul 18th, 2022
- Pages: 216
- Language: English
- Dimensions: 9.00in - 6.00in - 0.46in - 0.65lb
- EAN: 9798218042097
- Categories: • Christian Living - Social Issues