Guided Journaling for Personal and Spiritual Growth
Christians are not exempt from family problems.
Dysfunction is a hidden epidemic and includes (but it is not limited to) separation, divorce, addiction, poor discipline methods, favoritism, milder forms of mistreatment and/or neglect, rejection by one or both parents, abandonment, immature parenting, etc.. While not necessarily experiencing a diagnosed psychological disorder, young adults and adults may find their attempts to live the Christian life hindered by their struggles with issues from their early family life.
They have questions.
This workbook is designed to help them find answers. As a college professor of psychology, I spent far more hours talking and counseling with young adults with unsettled questions from their childhood than I spent in the classroom. Now that I'm retired, I wonder, "Who will answer their questions?" It is out of my strong, over-whelming, desire to reach out to and help these adults that I have written this workbook.
A preview (chapter one) is only available on this site as this workbook is in the process of publication.