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by Edward T. Welch

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A short booklet tackling the subject of self-injury, aimed at Christians who are self-injurers and those wishing to support them. Although short, it is very insightful and covers a lot of important ground, and most importantly, short is just what's needed when you're in the midst of such issues. The author looks at the variety of reasons behind self-injury and what the root cause is, then points to the truths of the gospel and suggests ways to break the cycle. It's particularly refreshing to see such a resource that doesn't assume the problem is magically fixed at the time of conversion. ( )
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