Am I a Good Girl Yet?: Childhood Abuse Had Shattered Her. Could She Ever Be Whole?
Childhood abuse had shattered her. Could she ever be whole? Carolyn Bramhall grew up in what seemed to outsiders to be a normal home, with hard-working parents, surrounded by apparently caring relatives. She graduated from Bible college, married, found...
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Childhood abuse had shattered her. Could she ever be whole?
Carolyn Bramhall grew up in what seemed to outsiders to be a normal home, with hard-working parents, surrounded by apparently caring relatives. She graduated from Bible college, married, found a job as a youth worker.
Then nightmares and panic attacks started to swamp her. She, her husband and two small children moved to work in America, but the internal stresses grew worse - and a host of other personalities started to make their presence felt. In due course 109 separate entities, each created to carry some aspect of truly ghastly past pain, would identify themselves. What could she possibly do?
Carolyn Bramhall works with Freedom in Christ Minstries, based in Reading, UK.
"A valuable and deeply satisfying book. Knowing Carolyn as I do, I realise just how miraculous her story really is. This book MATTERS!" - Jennifer Rees Larcombe.
"An amazing, gripping, painful horror story filled with love and hope, and ending in uplifting triumph." - Donna Fletcher Crow, author of GLASTONBURY.
Carolyn Bramhall works with Freedom in Christ Ministries, based in Reading, U.K.
Dr. Neil T. Anderson is founder and president of Freedom in Christ Ministries, and was formerly chairman of the Practical Theology Department at Talbot School of Theology at Biola University. He holds five degrees from Talbot, Pepperdine University and Arizona State University, and worked as an aerospace engineer before entering the ministry. He has 20 years of experience as a pastor and has written several bestselling books on spiritual freedom, including Victory Over the Darkness, The Bondage Breaker, Finding Hope Again and Freedom from Addiction. - Publisher.
- :foreword Exposure Introduction Part 1 1. Secrets 2. A Child 3. A Change 4. A Challenge 5. A Choice Part 2 6. Disturbance 7. Decline 8. Departure 9. Distressed 10. Developments 11. Depravity 12. Disorder 13. Direction 14. Decision Part 3 15. Reunion 16. Renewal 17. Resistance 18. Rejoicing Proclamation Afterword Appendix A Appendix B Further Help