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The trauma zone : trusting God for emotional healing

Author: R Dandridge Collins
Publisher: Chicago : Moody Publishers, ©2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Summary:
The author speaks to trauma survivors as "one survivor to another and provides biblical counsel to help us get unstuck and move toward healing."--Cover p. [4].
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: R Dandridge Collins
ISBN: 9780802489890 0802489893
OCLC Number: 71275484
Description: 226 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Preparing for the battle --
The trauma DJ --
The trauma zone has exit signs --
Secrets --
Summary of hope --
Jesus wrestled with trauma and won --
Can't cope with your emotions --
Emotional roller coaster --
The sky is falling --
Trigger-happy --
Shame buttons --
Summary of hope, you can cope --
Can't tell time --
The time machine --
The flashback monster --
The nightmare monster --
The monster of intrusive thoughts --
Summary of hope, the power of the now --
Can't move --
Stuck in neutral --
Shut down --
Tortured by self-doubts --
Emotional clutter --
In a minute --
Partying with pity --
Summary of hope, you can move forward --
Can't learn --
Trauma drama --
Strange baptism --
Hijacked --
Summary of hope, you can achieve mastery --
Can't see --
Talk to the hand --
Ignorance is bliss, right? --
Catch me if you can --
Summary of hope, from fear to faith.
Responsibility: R. Dandridge Collins.

Abstract:

The author speaks to trauma survivors as "one survivor to another and provides biblical counsel to help us get unstuck and move toward healing."--Cover p. [4].
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