- Paperback: 289 pages
- Publisher: Moody Speaks, LLC; First edition (April 27, 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0997371919
- ISBN-13: 978-0997371918
- Package Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 18 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,579,362 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Fighting Through The Fear: My Journey of Healing from Childhood Sexual Abuse Paperback – April 27, 2016
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....OH and THE BOOK IS AWESOME!!!! Well written. I read it in two sittings!!! I've already told three people about the book "Fighting through Fear". --Sherry J.
The shocking truth about childhood sexual abuse. C David Moody has a testimony and powerful message. Buy two copies. One for you and one for a friend. --Dan M.
I have started reading the book and can't put it down. You have truly made a difference in many persons lives with this book. It shares not just information on sexual abuse...but also life lessons. Thank You....May God Continue to Use you and our talents to make this world better.. --Karen S.
About the Author
C. David Moody Jr was born in Chicago, Illinois and spent his childhood years there before relocating to Ann Arbor, Michigan. He graduated from Morehouse College, then earned a bachelor 's degree in Architecture (a five-year professional degree) from Howard University. His firm, C. D. Moody Construction Company, Inc, is one of America's largest African American-owned construction companies. He and wife Karla live in Lithonia, Georgia, just outside Atlanta.
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Lots of history, interesting facts, and reminiscent of some “good old days.”
Easy reading in a conversational style. A story of hope and regeneration, leadership, cooperation...a testament to the soul of the Atlanta construction business community.
Don't be put off by the title because the author eases you into the subject matter and surrounds it in lots of positive expression.
This book about effects of childhood trauma is insightful, informative, inspiring, humorous and often flat out funny.
The author weaves so many positive and uplifting stories and events within a clarion call to attention on a critical matter concerning our children, and the adults they grow to be. Most compelling is how a tragic event can take presence and become a constant reminder of itself, haunting, pervading and often overshadowing so much great living.
I’m joining all who pray and who are grateful for relief of the mental trauma, which survivors experience in their daily lives; many less strong or equipped than this author.
Loved the memories, the humor, the history...so much goodness. Truly, a testament to “What was intended for evil, God has made good.”
I find the book a page-turner, perhaps because Dave Moody makes it clear how deeply abuse can hurt a person and then stuns me with the facts about how pervasive it is. One thing that interests me is how Dave Moody became a highly- successful business leader despite having panic attacks, depression, etc. -- it clearly took great character and fortitude and a truly supportive spouse.
What most impresses me? That Dave Moody took the risk to share his inner demons, when he could have just gone along being seen as the great success that he is and as if his life was all upward. Read the book and you will see why he took the risk -- to help the many victims who are suffering in silence. A great feature of the book is that it has a noble purpose -- to help people. Ultimately is is both personal and practical -- the lists of and links to resources to help people are invaluable.