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The Pain of My Inheritance: My Mother’s Wound is a Christ-centered healing journal for individuals who have found themselves physically stagnated and emotionally floundering as a result of their own unhealthy choices and decisions. This interactive guide is great for those that are struggling as a result of inherited generational pain and dysfunctional pathologies created from the physical or emotional absence of their mother. Readers can expect to learn how to maintain emotional health, wealth, and balance.
Meet The Author
Sabrina is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 20 years of social service experience working with children, their families, and the vulnerable adult population. She is the proud mother of two adult daughters and Yaya to two beautiful grandchildren. Sabrina finds a way to infuse love and laughter into her professional and ministry capacities making her a sought-after therapist, speaker, program host, and radio personality.
WHAT READERS SAY
I wish I had read this book years ago, but God’s timing is perfect - He knows when we’re ready for certain messages. This workbook has the ability to change your life if you are willing to be truthful with yourself and follow the steps. A multitude of traumas can be uncovered and tackled if you commit to doing the work. I agree with and appreciate the advice given by Sabrina about the importance of having an accountability partner to help along the way.
This book was clear and concise. It’s my opinion that healing can begin, but one must be willing to embark on this journey with honesty and openness.
As I began to read “The pain of my inheritance my mother’s womb” I had no idea what I was about to experience and the healing journey I was about to embark on…Whew when Sabrina says Selah that is exactly what I had to do is pause. Thank you, for tackling a subject that has been ignored, unnoticed and overlooked for far too long. In the book, Sabrina references “we cannot heal what we’re reluctant to see” This set the tone for the necessary healing and permission to heal with God’s helping hand. During the Intentional Decision-Making section Sabrina said something that resonated so much me “Trauma - intentional decision making provides us with the ability to choose healing and recovery over a life resigned to pain and un-forgiveness”. Being intentional about our decisions is HUGE! The chapter on forgiveness is a must read coupled with the understanding of Emotional debts will leave you freeing freed from the emotional baggage we all carry with us from generation to generation. This book/workbook was designed to help women like you and I begin to unpack and heal from those emotional debts and allow God to move in our lives as He has always wanted to do without US getting in the way. - *SELAH*