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I'm engaged in Christian ministry and one of the most significant problems I find in talking and praying with people who have been abused is providing them with a way to express themselves. The second most difficult problem is the feeling of isolation because the abused person feels alone. This is true whether the abuse is physical, emotional, or spiritual.
Al Johnson helps with his poetry in dealing with both problems. He models a way of expressing things that are very difficult to express. He shows abused people that they are not alone. He also talks things through to some form of healing.
Not everyone will be able to express themselves through poetry. Not everyone will find poetry an easy form to read. That is true of all forms of expression. This book will, however, expand the range of tools available to those who help people deal with abuse. It will help those who have been abused find a way to express themselves, and in turn help others.
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