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22gigantes.com - Are you suffering the effects of sexual abuse? There is a way out. In Not Marked: Finding Hope and Healing after Sexual Abuse, Mary DeMuth illuminates the way to go from shame-filled to joy-filled, from traumatized to finding enduring peace. This isn’t theory. Mary has lived it. She’s traveled this path and offers a uniquely qualified, insider’s view of the healing process. Then Mary goes deeper—because often you’re not the only one who has suffered. Her husband Patrick comes alongside her and offers insights into how spouses can love a sexual abuse victim toward wholeness, and how this will bring your relationship a whole new level of strength. Not Marked will help you: · Find the courage to share your story—maybe for the first time.· Stop comparing your brokenness to others' wholeness.· Understand the specific way God designed you to heal.· Identify safe people to entrust your healing journey to.· Embrace utter honesty about your abuse, even if that means anger toward God.· Discover how prayer helps you move from angst to alleluia.· Find the powerful antidote to bitterness.· Let go of accusatory thought patterns and grasp God’s affection for you.· Uncover an ancient pathway to healing.· Live the effervescent life you’ve longed for but could never quite grasp. You do not have to be forever marked by sexual abuse. You are resilient even if you believe all your strength is gone. You are worthy of being made whole—even if you can’t believe it’s possible. And you are a stunning work of amazingness—even though your heart can’t even start to grasp that. Yet. This is your time. The moment to start the journey of the unmarked life!
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Most helpful customer reviews 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. A Beautiful Duet in the Song of Redemption By Anita Ojeda While as a society we find it easier to talk about the fact that sexual abuse happens than we did twenty years ago, it doesn't seem as if we do enough educating on the long-term effects of how sexual abuse marks its victims and causes life-long issues. Enter Mary DeMuth, a victim of childhood sexual abuse, and her husband Patrick. Mary doesn't dwell on the past, but she does explain how it affected her future. Through the love of God, prayer, wise counsel, therapy and the unfailing love of her husband, DeMuth has arrived at the place where she can share her journey in the hope that other victims of abuse can understand that they, too, can live a life that is not marked. This is not just a book for those who have suffered sexual abuse--this is a book for everyone who loves someone who has been abused or those who work with people who have been abused. DeMuth and her husband create a beautiful song of redemptive love and show the reader how to join the chorus. 0 of 2 people found the following review helpful. Hiring the right . . . Gumshoe By Nicole Petrino-Salter Those of you who are familiar with my reading tastes know I rarely go back in time - or forward, for that matter. I prefer the here and now. However, every now and then I break my own tight-fisted reading mold because the premise of a novel catches my eye. Gumshoe by Michael Compton happened to write that little number with a seductive description of an old-fashioned noir mystery.Definition of noir: a genre of crime film or fiction characterized by cynicism, fatalism, and moral ambiguityAnd what's a dark mystery without an alcoholic Hollywood Private Investigator, a Packard, some heroin, an aged rich Colonel, his young knockout cold-as-ice conniving wife, a missing son - or is he? - a club singer, the inconvenient bastard daughter, and a rare artifact?Before I go any further I must say I loved Michael Compton's writing. You know I don't rave about writers here, but Michael's good. Expressions, metaphors, tone, he did it all. If I had to fault him, I could only say there were just a couple of times our contemporary slang expressions infiltrated the prose but not enough to lurch me out of the moment.This dark story held me captive with P.I. Ellis York's impressions, insights, and descriptions of other characters and their motives for wanting what they did. His liquor inevitably landed him in trouble, but it seemed there was no escaping trouble anyway on the two cases which somehow intersected - just outside of his mental reaches to discover exactly how. Typical of noir, figuring out who was doing what to whom seemed as impossible for this reader as it was for the gumshoe in this story.Remembering the introduction to the story remained, wondering if there would be a reprieve, but I confess I never saw this ending coming. Unusual, well-done, and carefully constructed, Gumshoe is almost a two-part novel with the second part coming near the final pages. While not the ending I would've chosen - or even preferred - it's still a fascinating and well-written story. Surprisingly clean for a general market novel in spite of the suggestion of unintentional incest. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful. The Power To Change Lives By Rebecca C. Smith Mary is like a best friend I've never met, someone who generously shares her wisdom, tears, and stories of healing with each reader. Her transparency and her willingness to share openly from the most private parts of her pain have inspired me and encouraged me. I'm so grateful to have a long distance (albeit, unmet) mentor like Mary in my life and I look forward to passing along to others what I've learned from her.I am recommending this book not just because it's written well--which it is. I am recommending it because the compassion and insight and vulnerability scattered throughout its pages have been excavated from places both deep and dark and have the power to change lives.(Note: Getting to read the perspective of Mary's husband concerning her journey is a wonderful bonus as it powerfully illustrates the fact that sexual abuse never affects the victim only. Everyone who loves the victim is deeply impacted and most especially the spouse.) See all 62 customer reviews...
About the Author If you met Mary DeMuth today, her joy would confuse you. Who she has become in light of tragedy is a testimony of Jesus’s ability to transform a broken life. A child of three divorces, a victim of sexual assault at a young age, with a father who died when she was ten, Mary wanted to end her life in her teens. In the tenth grade, she heard about Jesus, and she knew she wanted to chase after Him for the rest of her life. Thankfully, He chased her. Mary is the author of thirty books, including her latest: The Day I Met Jesus: The Revealing Diaries of Five Women from the Gospels. She has spoken around the world about God’s ability to uncage a life, bringing needed freedom to her audiences. She’s been on the 700 Club, spoken in Munich, Cape Town, and Monte Carlo, and planted a church with her family in southern France. Her best work? Being a mom to three amazing young adults and the wife of nearly 25 years to Patrick. She makes her home in Dallas alongside her husband, and two dueling cats. Find out more at marydemuth.com.
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