Saturday, April 17, 2010

Healing The Child Within (Part 2)

If abuse has been part of one's past or childhood, it could contaminate the current self. Discover below some effects that abuse may have on a person. My prayer is that, if you're the one abused, you will start and continue to heal the the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual effects and wounds of abuse. In this blog, you will find a resource to help further your recovery. Simply search and read on. However, if this seems inadequate and you need deep support through psychotherapy, let me know. May you experience God's hope and love close to your heart.

... low self esteem and self confidence
... loneliness
... failure patterns
... acting out sexually
... bitterness, resentments, unforgiveness
... transfer or projection of needs
... perfectionism
... unrealistic guilt
... depression
... poor anger control
... anxiety
... chronic fatigue syndrome
... phobias
... psychosomatic illnesses
... addictions
... unexplained physical pain
... eating disorders
... isolation from people
... immoral or inappropriate relationships
... severe dependency
... lack of intimacy with others
... abnormal compliance or passivity

"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the Lord, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future" (Jeremiah 29:11)

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