Not Quite Healed: 40 Truths for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

Not Quite Healed: 40 Truths for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse

by Cecil Murphey, Gary Roe

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Not Quite Healed: 40 Truths for Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse by Cecil Murphey, Gary Roe

How are sexual abuse survivors to overcome the challenges they are sure to face? Finding strength in community with other survivors is one key to recovery. In Not Quite Healed, two survivors join forces to share insight and encouragement on the issues that challenge them most. After a candid discussion about each issue, the authors provide a self-affirming statement that men can study, memorize, and recite on their darkest days.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780825442704
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Publication date: 02/01/2013
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 744,873
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Cecil Murphey has written or coauthored more than one hundred books, including the autobiography of Franklin Graham, Rebel with a Cause and the New York Times best-seller 90 Minutes in Heaven. Cecil lives in Georgia.

Gary Roe has been in full-time ministry for thirty years, serving as a college minister, a church-planting missionary in
Japan, and a pastor in Texas and Washington. He currently works as a hospice chaplain and interim pastor in Central
Texas. He writes a weekly newspaper column and is the co-author (with Cecil Murphey) of Saying Goodbye: Facing the Loss of a Loved One. He has three adopted Colombian daughters who are also abuse survivors.

Table of Contents

1 Shouldn't I be healed by now? 7

2 Why am I still not healed? 13

3 Why was I victimized? 19

4 Where was God? 29

5 I am an artichoke 35

6 More lessons from the artichoke 43

7 I acted out 50

8 I'm addicted to pornography 58

9 I struggle with same-sex attraction 67

10 It's safer to live behind my mask 75

11 Why do I feel responsible for others? 83

12 Why are my emotions so confusing? 91

13 Why these contradictions? 98

14 I need somebody 104

15 Why do I have to talk about it? 107

16 I don't want to expose family secrets 116

17 How do I handle flashbacks and recurring dreams? 125

18 What good comes from grief? 135

19 I don't feel like a real man 141

20 What lies have I believed? 149

21 Why did I believe the lies? 158

22 How do I combat the lies? 165

23 Why am I so hard on myself? 170

24 Why do I need to forgive? 174

25 Why is forgiving so. difficult? 182

26 How can I find compassion for my perpetrators? 187

27 Why do I need accountability? 195

28 I need help 203

29 What's wrong with my coping mechanisms? 212

30 I am wounded, body and soul 222

31 Embrace my inner child? 227

32 How do I change what I say to myself? 235

33 I face what I couldn't accept 237

34 What do I want? 246

35 What do I give to others? 251

36 How do I complete the circle? 256

37 How will I be different? 265

38 When I'm healed, who will 1 be? 268

39 How I reuse my pain 274

40 I can learn from the Serenity Prayer 279

Self-Affirmations/List of 40 Truths 285

Acknowledgments 288

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