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Together, Mary and Patrick provide a resource that will bring healing and change to all who read this book.
Mary shows us that if we place our trust in Jesus, then He will walk with us on a healing journey that will lead to wholeness, restoration and redemption.
In this book, Mary takes sexually abused victims and their loved ones by the hand and walks us through the healing path.
I’ve been casually acquainted with Mary DeMuth for a few years now and we have several friends in common.
Although I don’t know her well, I’m familiar with Mary’s story. Read more
This is a wonderful beginning resource for those who have been through the trauma of sexual abuse. Mary's story gives hope for the reader that they can find healing and even if... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amy McDaniel
My wife Karen, who is a licensed pastoral counselor, counsels women weekly who have suffered the painful experience of molestation either by their father or a close family friend. Read morePublished 5 months ago by James Alan Michael
Mary's book gave me a new way of looking at things, instead following my same old patterns. Her writing mimic's my thoughts so I know she has been there. Read morePublished 7 months ago by d southern
In this book, Mary takes sexually abused victims and their loved ones by the hand and walks us through the healing path. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Paula M. Gamble
After reading this book I feel that Mary is an amazingly courageous woman. This book is an honest assessment of what abuse does in a persons life and am honest telling of the... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mark DeJesus
It's difficult to talk about sexual abuse, especially for children. Or I say especially for children; yet, adults turn away from such despicable acts against the innocent . . . Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ann Robertson
If anyone has survived the atrocites of this kind of abuse, this healing book is like salve to the soul. She speaks kindly and warmly and is refreshingly honest. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Julie C. McMillian
I believe this is one of Mary DeMuth's best works. She speaks in her usual warm and candid voice. What makes this book different is the sensitive subject matter. Read morePublished 8 months ago by KBagato