(EBOOK) Strong at the Broken Places Overcoming the Trauma of Childhood Abuse
Linda Tschirhart Sanford ´ 2 ReadS very informative about different cases of child abuse however I found it a bit rim because it doesn t Cezanne and Provence: The Painter in His Culture get much into theood end of it as much as the struggles people like me went through statements like society deems people as damaged Chicago's Urban Nature: A Guide to the City's Architecture + Landscape goods and such are well known so I didn t see the point in expressing that over and over in the book This book definitely is areat read for anyone who works with trauma survivors or is one It is positive and enlightening showing how resilient and self affirming trauma survivors can be When I worked as a therapist I recommended
This Book To My Clients As Probablybook to my clients as probably most popular bookI first read it while training to provide PTSDTrauma therapy and own the bookThe focus is on turning weaknesses into strengths and recognizing that what appears to make those weak and vulnerable is the key to becoming strong and learning to use this sensitivity as an asset in their livesI was privileged to attend a training with Sanford and her testimony as a therapist rings as true as the book she has written and is dedicated to all those who have yet to find their ifts talents and strengths behind the uise of traumaThis book is especially ood for writers artists find their ifts talents and strengths behind the Communism guise of traumaThis book is especiallyood for writers artists other survivors who are How to Read the American City Close Up getting in touch with their creat I wolfed down the first third of this book and then put it down I needed to absorb what I d learned Still working on what I learned Going to re read it slowly next time When Well when I m ready It will stay by my bed until I am. One of the first popular books on resiliency Strong at the Broken Places was written for every survivor friend family member mentor or helping professional who seeks the path towards self forgiveness and healing. Fromroup therapy and support roups which are usually for the mind and heart than for the soul there is no sacred place for survivors to come together to mourn their losses to feel less alone Our society does not sanction the mourning of childhood trauma Sanford 174This simply is a must read for anyone who has experienced any kind of childhood abuse This was a uick re read to see if this was as as
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it first came out and i am notfirst came out and I am not it has survived numerous re printings It is remarkably fresh even after all this time It is well researched and covers the main issues and is fully inclusive of both male and female readers It is not a heavy tome and neither is it a lightweight shallow how to self help book It s very readable The thing that makes it stand out is its positive construction of people who have experienced childhood trauma Sanford doesn t compile a list of symptoms of damaged people who have not fared well in life Instead she deliberately takes as her samples people who have fared ok who are functional adults with relatively stable relationships and steady work in order to talk about the factors that enable people to live positively beyond their traumatic beginnings It is a profoundly hopeful book I would recommend it for helpers and fellow travellers as well as for people who feel ready to look at their own histories This book wa. Ll Prevailing over a childhood of sexual and physical abuse neglect parental substance abuse and witnessing domestic violence Linda Sanford asks them to look back and help us all understand how they fared so well.
Linda Tschirhart Sanford