It's Not Your Fault
Finally, a book that challenges conventional wisdom about healing from trauma and abuse.
Simply put, you can't think your way to happiness if you're suffering the effects of trauma or abuse. Yet every day, millions receive this message from a multi-billion-dollar self-help industry. As a result, many think it's their fault when their efforts to healing themselves fail. Far too many sincere, intelligent, and highly motivated people who have followed popular advice for self-healing still feel depressed, anxious, unloved, and unlovable.
- Why is this?
- If popular pathways for self-healing don't work, what does?
- How can those who suffer begin to find relief, function better, and feel genuinely optimistic, relaxed, loved, and lovable?
This engaging and highly readable book, based on the author's professional experience in treating those who suffer from the devastating effects of emotional trauma, offers hope for those who suffer and those who care about them. Dr. McGraw describes how trauma affects the brain and, therefore, one's ability to carry out "good advice"; explains the subtle and largely hidden processes of attunement and attachment that take place between parents and children, examining their impact on all future relationships; tells what is needed for healing to occur; discusses the profound health benefits of spirituality and a relationship with God in assisting and accelerating the healing process; and suggests how members of the helping professions can begin to tap the deepest, most authentic parts of themselves to touch the hearts of those they seek to help.
Author: Patricia Romano McGraw.
Format: softcover book, 15 x 22 cm.
Publisher: Bahá'í Publishing, 2004.