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Recovering from Religious Abuse: 11 Steps to Spiritual Freedom

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 9, 2011

    Beautifully written and Extremely helpful

    This is a straighforward guide to your path to recovery. It's a personal journey as is our relationship with God. By presenting the process in steps the path for recovery becomes possible to follow. Although our experiences are different certain aspects of the hurt are the same. This guide makes you address the aspects of your pain and gives you practical ways to overcome it. It really helps you reset the way you think about your experience in a most helpful way. It is beautifully written and easy to understand and follow. If you want help this is a great place to start!

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  • Posted February 7, 2011

    Finally someone recognizes a long ignored problem-a must read

    Some cases are very severe, some are minor, but long lasting. In either case religious abuse is pervasive in our society. It doesn't discriminate against age, sex, or race. Sometimes it is physical, sometimes emotional, but it is always spiritual in its consequences. If God is in charge, why did He allow this to happen to me? This is the bottom line question people ask. Jack Watts acknowledges that the problem exists, but he also gives some practical step by step answers to climb out of the pit and reconnect to a loving God. This should probably be on every bookshelf.

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