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"Breaking the Silent" sheds light on the coping persons you adopted to survive the pain of childhood and which you may still be assuming as an adult. Step by step, with compassion and insight, it also helps you overcome the need for control, an overdeveloped sense of responsibility, fear of authority figures, difficulty with intimacy, chronic lack of self-esteem, compulsive addictive behavior, and other problems which cause by emotional abuse and disorder. We use the word "emotional abuse or disorder," fairly broadly throughout this book to refer to a way of living that is essentially pain-avoidant rather than life-affirming. We see addictive behavior as a quick fix for a painful situation. Real healing, rather than a quick fix, involves difficult introspection, and requires maturity and a sense of self-worth that the addict does not have themselves. Dr. Beatrice N. Ofosuah is an international motivational speaker, best-selling author, lecturer, educator, and business consultant. Traveling extensively throughout the world, Dr. Beatrice is an anointed Vessel of God, ordained and licensed. A renowned certified/licensed professional counselor addresses emotional disorders and critical issues affecting the full range of human, social and spiritual development. The central theme of her message is Feeling and Healing of your Emotions and transformation of followers into leaders and the maximization of individual potential. She is founder and president of Hope -4- Women Ministries USA, Europe, and Africa also an Apostolic General to the International Entrepreneur Women Ministries and Business Leader. Pastor Beatrice has earned her Doctor of Philosophy in Biblical Counseling & Theology from Thereupon University, St. Thomas, US Virgin Island and an Honorary Doctoral Degree in Divinity for outstanding leadership from Christian Ministries Association in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
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Book Description Xulon Press, 2009. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG1606477900