Inside a Cutter's Mind: Understanding and Helping Those Who Self-Injure

[Jerusha Clark] á Inside a Cutters Mind: Understanding and Helping Those Who Self-Injure ☆ Read Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. Inside a Cutters Mind: Understanding and Helping Those Who Self-Injure It examines the psychology of, the feelings of anger and despair behind it, and the counseling resources that can help.This book is a great tool to help those who engage in cutting, pastors who want to learn more, or those who need to understand someone who practices self-injury.. This book explores the complex issue of cutting without offering any pat or simple fixes. It’s not just depressed teens who inflict injury on themselvesit can be anyone dealing with overwhelming feelings. Cutting

Inside a Cutter's Mind: Understanding and Helping Those Who Self-Injure

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Rating : 4.19 (998 Votes)
Asin : 1600060544
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 240 Pages
Publish Date : 2013-03-27
Language : English

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It examines the psychology of, the feelings of anger and despair behind it, and the counseling resources that can help.This book is a great tool to help those who engage in cutting, pastors who want to learn more, or those who need to understand someone who practices self-injury.. This book explores the complex issue of cutting without offering any pat or simple fixes. It’s not just depressed teens who inflict injury on themselvesit can be anyone dealing with overwhelming feelings. Cutting is a practice that has crossed age and gender lines

"First Christian Book on Cutting a Pleasantly Surprising Find" according to Elaina. As a recently former cutter who is a Christian and has written her own e-booklet on cutting (Cutting: Self-Injury and Emotional Pain), I was looking forward to reading this book with a mixture of excitement and trepidation. Mostly, though, I was just afraid. Afraid of the denial, oversimplifying and overspiritualizing that I've been subjected to at the hands of well-meaning (and sometimes not-so-well-meani. Inside the world of hurting kids ConsumerAdvocate (dakotad555) at (gmail) dot (com) I bought this book to understand what was going on with the child of a close friend of mine, as well as learn about the self injury in general. It's a bit of a dark secret, and to those who haven't run into it personally, very hard to understand. This book was extremely useful in helping me learn about why kids start cutting, and how to counsel and support them once they do. It's not a fun book to read, bu. Self-injurers Club is Eight Million Strong--and Rising. According to Jerusha Clark, the self-injurers club is eight million strong--and rising.The stories in Jerusha Clark's thoroughly researched work on self-mutilation, while tastefully presented, are terrifying accounts that can be hard to stomach. Some vignettes are stories by practitioners describing their clients, while others are testimonies from the sufferers themselves, recounting their experiences abou

Experts estimate that millions of people engage in some form of self-injury, a shocking physical expression of emotional and spiritual pain. Yet this practice has quietly spread into mainstream America, crossing all age and gender lines and even into the church. With an empathetic heart and a compassionate voice, she brings light to a dark condition and delivers hope to victims and their loved ones.. From the Back CoverConsidering recent statistics, chances are you know someone who deliberately harms himself. Because "cutting" is so misunderstood, some people believe it's just a bid for attention or an adolescent phase. When confronted with this silent epidemic, how can we respond and help those in desperate need? Drawing from a rich blend of research and interviews, best-selling author Jerusha Clark, with Dr. Earl Henslin, explores this complex problem that has no easy solution. Others assume self-harm is a girls' problem only and doesn't ha

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