Shame, embarrassment, negativity. The struggle to love ourselves as the joyfully-made women we are has never been more difficult. When Sandi began her journey towards healing and freedom, she thought she was alone in her struggles. By working with Michelle, the two found that scores of women experience a disconnect between how they see themselves and God’s image.
Healing Out Loud captures many of the insecurities the modern woman faces in her walk with Christ. Written in conversational prose, Brown and Caulk’s combined voice creates an accessible path for readers to face their vulnerabilities with biblical insight. In these pages you’ll find:
- A Healing Map that helpfully outlines the journey from processing inner pain to liking oneself, loving God, and restoring relationships
- Sandi’s personal journal entries about processing the past and making that first step towards healing
- Guided questions and reflections centered around issues such as shame, grief, and fractured relationships
At the intersection of faith and humanness, Healing Out Loud provides a guiding hand to overcome the negative thoughts that keep you from living fully in God’s light.
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About the Author
DR. MICHELLE CAULK, LPC, is a graduate of Argosy University with an M.A. in Mental Health Counseling. Michelle also obtained her doctorate of philosophy in Counselor Education and Supervision, and is currently an Assistant Professor and Director of Clinical Experiences at Huntington University in Indiana. Michelle currently lives in Chesterfield, Missouri, with her husband Jason. Healing Out Loud is her first book.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Warning Lights 1
Chapter 2 What Shame? 21
Chapter 3 Hiding Place 36
Chapter 4 Secret Keeper 54
Chapter 5 Memory Bag 68
Chapter 6 Lost And Found 88
Chapter 7 At a Boil 106
Chapter 8 Perception is Reality 123
Chapter 9 Naked in the Street 144
Chapter 10 Less Yuck 165
Chapter 11 Healing Out Loud 184
Further Reading 213
Web Resources 217
About the Authors 219