Inside a Cutter's Mind: Understanding and Helping Those Who Self-Injure (2020)

Inside a Cutter's Mind: Understanding and Helping Those Who Self-Injure Jerusha Clark Earl R. Henslin Cynthia Heald Inside a Cutter s Mind Understanding and Helping Those Who Self Injure Cutting is a practice that has crossed age and gender lines It s not just depressed teens who inflict injury on themselves it can be anyone dealing with overwhelming feelings This book explores the co
  • Title: Inside a Cutter's Mind: Understanding and Helping Those Who Self-Injure
  • Author: Jerusha Clark Earl R. Henslin Cynthia Heald
  • ISBN: 9781600060540
  • Page: 101
  • Format: Paperback
Inside a Cutter's Mind: Understanding and Helping Those Who Self-Injure Jerusha Clark Earl R. Henslin Cynthia Heald Cutting is a practice that has crossed age and gender lines It s not just depressed teens who inflict injury on themselves it can be anyone dealing with overwhelming feelings.This book explores the complex issue of cutting without offering any pat or simple fixes It examines the psychology of, the feelings of anger and despair behind it, and the counseling resources thaCutting is a practice that has crossed age and gender lines It s not just depressed teens who inflict injury on themselves it can be anyone dealing with overwhelming feelings.This book explores the complex issue of cutting without offering any pat or simple fixes It examines the psychology of, the feelings of anger and despair behind it, and the counseling resources that can help.This book is a great tool to help those who engage in cutting, pastors who want to learn , or those who need to understand someone who practices self injury.
Inside a Cutter's Mind: Understanding and Helping Those Who Self-Injure Jerusha Clark Earl R. Henslin Cynthia Heald

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  1. Mark

    While the basic idea of the book is a positive one, approaching the subject of helping self injurers through a process of understanding rather than just saying it is wrong , the book offers a horribly biased methodology for the process.The authors seem to feel that a religious solution is the answer to the problem, which is the furthest from the truth Individuals need to feel a sense of self worth, in their own accomplishments and their own life Believing that there is a deity to solve the probl [...]

  2. Lori L (She Treads Softly)

    Inside a Cutter s Mind Understanding and Helping Those Who Self Injure by Jerusha Clark, Earl R Henslin presents a balanced perspective on self injury Clark writes I want you to know from the outset Self inflicted violence is all at once a psychological, physical, and spiritual battle Consequently, this book will examine all three aspects But we will do so with balance and patience, recognizing that discussing biochemistry, psychoemotional issues, and spirituality can be intimidating pg 16 This [...]

  3. Jennifer

    This was my second time reading this book and after reading the others, this was my least favorite I still think it is a viable resource for people wanting to know about self injury, but you may feel overwhelmed by the medical speak, brain scans, etc It doesn t really mention the possibility that self injurers could be reading the book themselves And if they were, I d bet they would think some of the stuff is pat answers But, there are some great tools on how to engage and chat with a self inju [...]

  4. Hannah

    I don t think this book serves as a particularly helpful guide to healing yourself or a loved one who is suffering from depression While of course Clark is writing from a Christian perspective, for some people the acceptance of a higher power is not going to help their recovery In some cases the depression felt from the pressure of living up to a higher power was the reason for their depression in the first place Although thoughtfully and delicately written, unless the sufferer is a committed Ch [...]

  5. Laura Noelle

    I was compelled by this book, and not just because self injury is a topic so dear to my heartbut simply because Jerusha wrote it so tenderly and beautifully It will give you so much insight and new neurological connections you ll never think of mental illness the same way again.

  6. Ashley Aselin

    Minus the Jesus stuff it was really good I think anyone who has a loved one who struggles with self harm should read this, as well as people who harm themselves There s science involvedwhich I loved can t deny brain scans can yah And coming from a recovering self harmer, I thought it was pretty accurate in a lot of the ways I felt and might still feel.

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