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Beginning to Heal

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Based on the groundbreaking bestseller The Courage to Heal, this is a compassionate and easy-to-read guide for survivors of childhood sexual abuse. Offering hope, support, and guidance through practical explanations and compelling first-person stories, the authors take readers through the stages of the healing process.
Mass Market Paperback, 144 pages
Published March 28th 1994 by HarperPrism
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Jasmine Caudle
I started reading this book around February 2014. I had been struggling with being a 20 year survivor and I was tired of letting the guilt and shame control my life. I researched several books to begin my healing journey, and decided to give this one a try first based on the many reviews I read on several sites. THIS BOOK IS GOD SENT! I cannot begin to show my gratitude! This book gave me the courage to not only admit and acknowledge to myself the pain I skillfully buried away for years, but it ...more
Alison Robinson
I read this book as a counselor who sees many clients with histories of sexual abuse. Beginning to Heal is a small book that is great for anyone who has experienced abuse, or for those who are the support for a victim. The authors explain the process of healing, offer hope to those who feel hopeless, and show that it is possible for even the truly broken to have a healthy, thriving life. The book does not sugar coat or stereotype, but offers real guidance. The path to healing is hard and painful ...more
Tyshawn Knight
If you are coping with a past and must begin your journey to healing alone then start with this book. It is written by women who understand from the point of view of understanding. At times it is blunt other times it is frank, all the time it helps.
This little mini-book is a godsent. Highly recommend to anyone contemplating therapy or just starting. It's the beacon of light in a lifetime of fog.
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“There is comfort in knowing that you don’t have to pretend anymore, that you are going to do everything within your power to heal.” 7 likes
“You can look at my life and say there’ve been some real tragedies, and there have been. But there’ve also been some exquisitely beautiful times. To me, those far outweigh the others.” 2 likes
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