Item description for Torn Asunder: Recovering From Extramarital Affairs by Dave Carder & Duncan Jaenicke...
Overview Extramarital affairs run rampant in society---and all too often occur within the church. If you or somebody you love has been assaulted by infidelity, here's help. Outlining a comprehensive recovery process, Carder also equips you with helpful evaluations and exercises for taking the first steps toward healing the wounds and restoring your family.
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Studio: Moody Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 5.9" Height: 0.7" Weight: 1.015 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2001
Publisher MOODY PRESS BOOKS #13
ISBN 0802477488 ISBN13 9780802477484
Reviews - What do customers think about Torn Asunder: Recovering From Extramarital Affairs?
Not just facts Jan 11, 2007
I was ready for a dry book with too many facts and statistics, but this book has been great. I'm only on the first chapter and have learned so much already.
Torn Asunder Nov 3, 2006
This book and its accompaning workbook are simply the best resources I have found in helping folks recover from the devastating affects of marital infidelity, whether the couple chooses to remain married or divorce.
Great Book in a great time of need Aug 31, 2006
This is a great book for anyone experiencing this traumatic part of life as well as anyone who knows someone going through this. It gives you hope when you think everything is gone and helps you break down the who,how,why when and where and then helps pick up the pieces.
Torn Asunder Workbook Aug 8, 2006
THis book is excellent and follows the book. I would recommend it to anyone in this situation. God Bless you both as you try and reconcile your marriage.
For clinicians or non-clinicians Jun 28, 2006
Very practical and thorough, this book provides a reasonably coherent approach for what is often a very difficult and complicated experience. I would highly recommend it for anyone whom has gone through an extramarital affair. As a clinician, I think fellow practitioners would also be hard-pressed to find a better book for ideas in helping their clients through this experience.