How to Help Your Hurting Friend Advice For Showing Love When Things Get Tough by Susie Shellenberger
  

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How to Help Your Hurting Friend Advice For Showing Love When Things Get Tough by Susie Shellenberger

In How to Help Your Hurting Friend, trusted author Susie Shellenberger (Sisterhood Magazine) addresses the most vital, personal, and life-challenging issues in young women's lives so you can respond in love and wisdom when friends are coping with crises. Presented in handbook form, this biblically based, relevant-book empowers you to be a voice of support and love when those around you are struggling. No issue is taboo (topics include self-cutting and sexual abuse) and no advice is ever vague. This book distills the wisdom of the Bible and combines it with the wisdom of many experienced Christian counselors. Previously published as Help! My Friend Is Hurting, this reissued edition is complete with sidebars and helpful illustrations.

About the Author

Susie Shellenberger travels as a fulltime speaker forty weeks or weekends every year. She has written fifty-two books, and lives in Bethany, Oklahoma with her two mini Schnauzers Obie and Amos. Susie is a former youth pastor, high school teacher, and editor. She loves Sharpies in every color, burnt hotdogs, and praying at OKC Thunder basketball games.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
176 pages
Interest Age: From 13

Author

Susie Shellenberger
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Publisher

ZonderKidz an imprint of Zondervan

Publication date

22nd July 2014

ISBN

9780310731177


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