‘…should certainly be compulsory reading for all . A. Level exams and would change this country drastically if students had this resource in their hands and might reduce the overloading of mental health facilities’ Read More »
‘…it is written from both the survivor and the therapist’s viewpoint. By sharing his own journey towards healing, there is an authenticity about this book that makes it invaluable’ Read More »
‘This is a brilliant book for both adults walking the healing journey and also tips to help their supporters and whilst it is written by a Christian you don’t need to be one to benefit from the support and advice it offers’ Read More »
‘While I did not (knowingly) suffer abuse as a child yet still life’s ups and downs have left their mark and this book helps you understand why that is and what to do about it. Cannot recommend highly enough’ Read More »
Who is this book by?
When I started writing this book, the very first question I asked myself was not the usual Who is this book aimed at? but Who is this book by? Not because I’m having some sort of identity crisis, but more because there are a number of different perspectives from which… Read More »
‘whilst it is written by a Christian you don’t need to be one to benefit from the support and advice it offers’ Read More »
‘This is a book with answers. Please read it , please buy it for anyone who is struggling – you will know someone and possibly more than one’ Read More »
‘This book has made me cry, made me realise where I am in my journey, and given me hope that I can walk into complete wholeness, something I can doubt at times when I have to deal with this crap AGAIN. It has also made me realise…’ Read More »
Are victims of childhood abuse damaged beyond cure?
How can they not just survive but thrive?
Written by a survivor
De-mystifies challenging behaviours
Educates and enlightens on the effects of trauma
Provides tools to help Read More »
‘This isn’t your standard ‘light and fluffy’ Christian book. As well as taking a real look at the impact of abuse, you’ve also shared a lot from…’ Read More »