A shocking, powerful book that elaborates on a plethora of issues surrounding incest and how it devastatingly affects family relationships
INDIANAPOLIS (PRWEB) May 01, 2015
In his stirring book, Author Philip Raymond Cook describes the damaging gravity exuded by incest and how it destroys families. “Right in the Middle but Left Out” (published by Xlibris) is a shocking, powerful book that elaborates on a plethora of issues surrounding incest and how it devastatingly affects family relationships.
This book identifies and delves deep into the realities of incest. It shares how most victims experience a torment of emotional, physical and sexual pain. Each chapter deals with different issues and how everyone is affected by everything that goes on. Author Cook hopes that each person will learn how to love his or her self in the healthiest of ways. He sheds light on how people have to deal with the victim, or everyone on the family automatically becomes a victim as well. This book serves as a spiritual tool that will guide readers into understanding the nature of the predicament and leads readers into taking responsibility of their self so that they may learn to love no matter what happens.
“We still have no idea to this day how many people have to deal with this unfortunate sinful nature and what it does most especially to the victim, the spouses and children of those victims,” author Cook points out, “Everyone must voice their pain, grab life and stake your claim. Faith gives us an opportunity for anything that happens to us to be resolved and redeemed.”
Insightful, real and illuminating, “Right in the Middle but Left Out” dissects the problems caused by incest and informs readers on how to deal with the poisonous atmosphere it lets out.
“Right in the Middle but Left Out”
By Philip Raymond Cook
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 126 pages | ISBN 9781503517042
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 126 pages | ISBN 9781503517059
E-Book | 126 pages | ISBN 9781503517066
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Philip Raymond Cook is a retired United Methodist pastor who had to deal with this issue within his own family, in counseling several other victims and helping churches to be aware of the severity of the problems and how it is an issue in every church.
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