Something dreadful happened on the way to adulthood for far too many children. Perhaps you’re one of them. Perhaps the childhood you so desperately wanted didn’t happen for you. Instead, your childhood wasn’t something you dreamed about; your childhood was a nightmare you survived. And for some of you, just barely.
Childhood is supposed to be a loving, nurturing, and empowering time for children to be strengthened and supported into adulthood. When childhood abuse enters into that picture, that reality becomes torn and tattered. How do you find a way to pick up those fragments of your life and move forward?
Dr. Gregory Jantz and Ann Murray provide the compassion and insight that so many adults need to help understand the “why” of their childhood abuse. Then, they provide the hope, tools and guidance to help them in their recovery to a more happy, balanced and prosperous future.
What Experts Are Saying about Healing The Scars of Childhood Abuse
“Healing the Scars of Childhood Abuse is a very important book. It takes on the lasting implications of childhood trauma with empathy and hope. Dr. Jantz tells the story of trauma through the eyes of the children. Those stories make this book a page-turner. As the stories unfold, the author’s psychological wisdom and practical insight grow organically. In this way, this book is a moving personal experience. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is ready to heal the past and build a new future.” —Michael Gurian, New York Times bestselling author of The Wonder of Boys and The Wonder of Girls
“Healing the Scars of Childhood Abuse by Dr. Jantz is a clearly written book that will be of great help to those dealing with the long-term effects of childhood abuse and wanting to heal and move on to deeper wholeness. I highly recommend it!” —Siang-Yang Tan, PhD, professor of psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary, and author of Counseling and Psychotherapy: A Christian Perspective
“Dr. Jantz’s counseling practice, speaking, and writing have brought hope to thousands. It’s my prayer that thousands more will find healing and rest for their souls by reading this book—in particular, those struggling with the emotional and physical scars of childhood abuse. If you are struggling, then dive into this book like I did. You’ll find insights into why the pain we experienced can make change so difficult. Even more, you’ll find chapters full of hard-won knowledge and skills to break the cycle of hurt you’ve been in, pointing you toward a hopeful and blessed future—starting today.” —John Trent, PhD, Gary D. Chapman Chair of Marriage and
Family Ministry and Therapy, Moody Theological Seminary; author of The Blessing and Life Mapping
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Revell, a division of Baker Publishing group; 1 edition (July 2017)
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5 x 0.4 inches