Unmasking Emotional Abuse : Start the Healing

by Gregory Jantz , Dr.

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Retail: $5.99
Size: 4 1/2 x 6 1/2 inches
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 112
Pub Date: April 2020
ISBN: 9781628623765
ISBN-13: 9781628623765
Item Number: 623765
Categories: Christian Living; Religion and Culture

Product Description

Unmasking Emotional Abuse, by popular author Gregory Jantz, helps readers who have been hurt by emotional abuse heal and move forward in God’s truth.

As a child of God, you were created to have emotional freedom, a strong sense of self, and a peace that surpasses understanding. Emotional abuse and its false messages keep you from finding and understanding the truth of who you are. The good news is that what others may have sabotaged, God is able to rebuild. Jesus said knowing truth has the power to set you free, and Dr. Jantz helps you recognize emotional abuse and its effects, then offers biblically based help for healing.

This practical and handy guidebook examines descriptions of emotional abuse, and includes stories from people who have overcome it in their lives. It also includes 10 concrete steps to healing. Emotional abuse seeks to limit your choices, your value, and your worth. Healing from emotional abuse opens you up to regaining full life. This book will help get you there.

Key points and features:
• 19 descriptions of emotional abuse to help readers recognize ways they have been hurt or have hurt others
• Stories from people who have overcome the false messages of abuse
• 10 steps to healing with concrete action points

Author Bio

Dr. Jantz''s center, "A Place of HOPE," is recognized as a top ten facility in the U.S. for the treatment of depression. Dr. Jantz is a best-selling author of 30 books. He is a go-to media source expert for a range of behavioral-based afflictions, as well as drug and alcohol addictions. Dr. Jantz has appeared on CNN, FOX, ABC, CBS, and has been interviewed for the New York Post, Associated Press, Family Circle, and Women’s Day. He is also a regular contributor to The Huffington Post and Psychology Today blogs.