Loving After Abuse by Anne Felt
Finding Peace and Wholeness

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Anne Felt writes compassionately about an important topic: recovery from abuse. She speaks as the voice of experience with candid examples and a forthright style that leads the reader to understand the 10-step process of healing. Ms. Felt addresses the essential issues facing victims with sensitivity, candor and grace. "No one deserves nor consciously chooses to be abused. However, as victims it takes conscious effort to overcome the legacy of abuse. Unraveling the messages of devastation and unworthiness starts the process which leads to the relinquishment of pain and blame. In order to reclaim my true Self, I had to learn to forgive and to let it go. Forgiveness is the ultimate healing agent for the victim. Although this is a difficult concept, forgiveness gives the real power to the victim. Only then is full recovery possible." Ms. Felt presents practical wisdom that applies to each individual in a personal and unique way. She teaches the reader the principles of emotional intelligence, and shifts the focus to trusting in one's self and regaining the essential sense of self-worth and self-love that we all deserve to know.
 

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Published January 17, 2008 by AuthorHouse. 152 pages
Genres: Parenting & Relationships, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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