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Beauty Restored: Finding Life and Hope after Date Rape Paperback – March, 2001
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When I see her, I can only think to myself of mirroring her restorative process. If she could endure and become well again, then I want to follow the same path she took in my personal emotional healing.
This book is her story. I use it as an example for my life. The One Way is God, and she will show you why. When all others make you question humanity, you're left with nothing to believe in; for humanity can bring much destruction on the individual. God's way is a path of hope and belief, of restoration. Read and discover this for yourself.
Also, Me Ra mentions this in the introduction, but this book is for the male audience as well as the female.
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Really Really helped me. I think anyone who has been assaulted/raped could find some help and peace in this. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
great book for the hurting and family of the hurting---Published 24 months ago by Shirley K Johnson
This book will give hope to anyone who has been brutalized by date rape, and will give understanding to the people who love them, but don't know how to help.Published on March 13, 2011 by Pamela Velez
I am a survivor of rape also. While I admire Me Rah's courage for putting her story to paper I could not asssociate with her much at all. Read morePublished on May 1, 2002
Where does one begin? This book brings darknes to light. It puts into words the feelings that so many women have, yet cannot describe. Read morePublished on June 29, 2001 by Sarah Wiggins