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ReWrite: The Journey from Self-Harm to Healing Paperback – June 21, 2017
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"If you've ever cut or thought about self-harm, you're not going to find condemnation or reprimand here, but true heart support to help you understand and practically get at the roots of the issue, with the result being peace and freedom from self-harm."
--John Burke, New York Times bestselling author of Imagine Heaven and No Perfect People Allowed.
"As someone who's worked a long time with men and women struggling through addiction, I can assure you that this topic is desperately underserved and not talked about. Men and women struggling with self-harm finally have a resource geared towards the topic with a clear road to recovery."
About the Author
Benjamin Sledge is the Director of Operations for HeartSupport. Prior to joining the organization, he spent eleven years in the US Army with tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is the recipient of a Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and two Army Commendation Medals for his actions overseas.
In addition to his role within the organization, Ben is a voracious reader and writer. He has authored several viral articles that have been featured in numerous publications. While writing is his passion, he dabbles in graphic design (where he received his degree) and leads young adult ministry at his local church. He currently resides in Austin, Texas, with his wife and daughter where he does his part keeping Austin weird by adding to his collection of tattoos.
About the Medical Advisor: Dr. Michelle Saari sits on the Board of Directors for HeartSupport and has served as a mental health professional for the past fourteen years. She holds both a PhD and master’s degree in psychology and is a licensed mental health provider and board-certified clinical supervisor in the state of Minnesota. She is also a Nationally Certified Counselor through the NBCC (National Board for Certified Counselors). She currently works at the Minnesota Department of Corrections where she serves as Director of Psychological Services.
As a longtime fan of the heavy metal music industry, Dr. Saari was aware of the negativity and darkness that many in the scene face. Seeing HeartSupport as a unique blend of the music community, relationship building, and hope for those struggling, she began volunteering on the ground at Vans Warped Tour. She has helped the organization grow to reach even more people while encouraging others to live the healthiest lives they can and discover their best self.
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