Naming Our Abuse: God's Pathways to Healing for Male Sexual Abuse Survivors (2020)

Naming Our Abuse: God's Pathways to Healing for Male Sexual Abuse Survivors Andrew J. Schmutzer Daniel Gorski David Carlson Naming Our Abuse God s Pathways to Healing for Male Sexual Abuse Survivors A stunningly vulnerable look at the horrific realities of sexual abuse and how to overcome themMale sexual abuse is increasingly in the news from scandals in the Catholic Church to exploitations at P
  • Title: Naming Our Abuse: God's Pathways to Healing for Male Sexual Abuse Survivors
  • Author: Andrew J. Schmutzer Daniel Gorski David Carlson
  • ISBN: 9780825444005
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Paperback
Naming Our Abuse: God's Pathways to Healing for Male Sexual Abuse Survivors Andrew J. Schmutzer Daniel Gorski David Carlson A stunningly vulnerable look at the horrific realities of sexual abuse and how to overcome themMale sexual abuse is increasingly in the news, from scandals in the Catholic Church to exploitations at Penn State Yet books and programs about healing are still overwhelmingly oriented toward the female survivor of abuse As men who experienced childhood abuse, the authors of tA stunningly vulnerable look at the horrific realities of sexual abuse and how to overcome themMale sexual abuse is increasingly in the news, from scandals in the Catholic Church to exploitations at Penn State Yet books and programs about healing are still overwhelmingly oriented toward the female survivor of abuse As men who experienced childhood abuse, the authors of this book are uniquely qualified to address the healing process of male survivors.Using the metaphor of a car accident, Naming Our Abuse leads the survivor from the Wreck to the Accident Report to Rehabilitation to Driving Again This four step model illustrates that healing is a process to be nurtured rather than something that can be healed in a single telling Following the authors examples, readers are invited to find solidarity with other male survivors and develop an understanding of their own wounding through journaling exercises.
Naming Our Abuse: God's Pathways to Healing for Male Sexual Abuse Survivors Andrew J. Schmutzer Daniel Gorski David Carlson

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  1. Nathan Albright

    Note This book was provided free of charge by Kregel Book Tours in exchange for an honest review Kregel Press has established a very worthwhile niche in publishing a suite of books written by male survivors of childhood sexual abuse and their loved ones, and as a survivor of childhood rape and incest, and someone who is often a bit disheartened that there are so few people who write for the massive amount of people who share my experiences given that rape and sexual abuse is automatically associ [...]

  2. Victor Gentile

    Andrew Schmutzer, Daniel Gorski David Carlson in their new book, Naming Our Abuse published by Kregel Publications shows us God s Pathways to Healing for Male Sexual Abuse Survivors.From the back cover A stunningly vulnerable look at the horrific realities of sexual abuse and how to overcome themMale sexual abuse is increasingly in the news, from scandals in the Catholic Church to exploitations at Penn State Yet books and programs about healing are still overwhelmingly oriented toward the female [...]

  3. Joe McFadden

    Naming Our Abuse follows the stories of three men who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse Through this short book you get a glimpse into each of their stories as they take the reader through 4 major transitions the first part discusses the wreck of abuse, how the abuse happened and the context of its occurrence The second part discusses the accident report of the abuse, namely the areas of life that were profoundly affected in the lives of the authors by the abuse that they suffered The thir [...]

  4. Jalynn Patterson

    About the Book A stunningly vulnerable look at the horrific realities of sexual abuse and how to overcome them Male sexual abuse is increasingly in the news, from scandals in the Catholic Church to exploitation s at Penn State Yet books and programs about healing are still overwhelmingly oriented toward the female survivor of abuse As men who experienced childhood abuse, the authors of this book are uniquely qualified to address the healing process of male survivors.Using the metaphor of a car a [...]

  5. Mark

    Occasionally I will review a book that doesn t pertain to me, but is one that has something I want to learn about or is something I review just to help get the word out about the book to people who it may pertain to This book falls into both categories.The book is written by three men who were sexually abused as boys by adult males One was abused by his own father, one by a priest, and the other by a vice principal and drama teacher It is heart wrenching to read their stories, which are told in [...]

  6. Sarah

    This book was very interesting and completely vulnerable as we get three stories of sexual abuse from David, Andrew and Daniel It was told from a male perspective, which we are not hearing a lot from the male population and I was glad to hear them step forward As a social worker, this book made me sad for the world our children are growing up and it also made me sad for our churches Through my own grief in reading these books, I was able to find that these men are so courageous and their story i [...]

  7. Andrew

    I would recommend this awesome book to any male that has been abuse whether sexual, physically, mentally, or spiritually I liked how this book was written by three men who shared details about what they went through with dealing with the horrible abuse I especially loved how the authors also included questions throughout the book in order to assist people in finding their hope and healing again I also liked how they had a little bit of room to write the answers They talked about the difficult em [...]

  8. Dominique *Mama Bear Reads*

    With Naming Our Abuse, I felt I NEEDED to bring this book to light because the sexual abuse of males is rarely discussed And well, it needs to be This isn t something that should be swept under the rug especially in the church And for the victims of such atrocity they must be told that healing and hope is possible Not by just anyone but by someone who has been there I received this book in exchange for my honest review

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