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Overview Every family has relational habits--both positive and negative--that have been passed down from generation to generation. Experienced counselor Beverly Hubble Tauke cites real-life stories and suggests specific "transforming practices" to change family patterns. By putting an end to the cycle of negativity, families can find the joy that God intended for them and enjoy healthy relationships for generations to come. This is a repackage with new title (previous title, [Overcoming the] Sins of the Family, 2004).
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You can overcome your family?s past-and create a new legacy of hope for the future.
Are there wounds in your family?s history that have never fully healed? Do your family members seem trapped in unhealthy relationship patterns? And do you want something better than this for yourself and your children? Respected family counselor Beverly Hubble Tauke can help.
In Healing Your Family Tree (formerly published as Sins of the Family), Tauke offers eight life-changing principles for family transformation and shares inspiring true stories of families who have overcome hurtful relationship habits. No matter what your family?s history, this book will empower you to improve your life and the lives of your children.
There is a path to healing relationships, and it all begins with you. Set yourself free?and change your family?s destiny.
"Here is practical insight on how to be an agent of healing, first for one?s self and then for others who are a part of the family tree. This book explains how by God?s grace one can stop the cycle of dysfunction and move toward the wholeness God intended." -Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Moody Church; author of Where Was God? and The Da Vinci Deception
"Full of inspiring wit and inspiring insight." -The Witness
"Helpful information about meeting the pain of the past and transforming it into abundant living for the future." - The Family and Marriage Counseling Directory Web site.
Publishers Description Every family has relational habits--both positive and negative--that have been passed down from generation to generation. Experienced counselor Beverly Hubble Tauke cites real-life stories and suggests specific "transforming practices" to change family patterns. By putting an end to the cycle of negativity, families can find the joy that God intended for them and enjoy healthy relationships for generations to come. This is a repackage with new title (previous title, " Overcoming the] Sins of the Family, " 2004).
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.55 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2007
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN 1414311753 ISBN13 9781414311753
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More About Beverly Hubble Tauke
A Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Beverly Hubble Tauke serves as a family counselor in Fairfax, Virginia. Prior to work in family counseling, she managed media operations in the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, and taught journalism and communications at a Christian institute in East Africa. She and her husband Tom have two children, Joseph and Elizabeth, and an exuberant puppy, Domino.
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The Redemptive Generation Jul 9, 2007
In "Healing Your Family Tree," Beverly Hubble Tauke prescribes eight transforming habits to help people overcome a painful past and create a legacy of future joy. Tauke bases her core transforming habit on the biblical principle of generational sin. Speaking of Nehemiah 9, she states, "Nehemiah demonstrated how to take a `moral inventory' not just of personal life, but of family history." She also roots her model in Bowenian family systems therapy which emphasizes the interconnection of all family members in a web of mutual influence.
Building from these two central perspectives, Tauke offers eight practical transforming habits: explore and resolve the wounds from your family history, warm your heart through building nurturing relationships, find reasons to celebrate even in your grief, define your role in your extended and nuclear family, minimize the family tyrant's power over you, seek one-to-one relationships with each member of your family, embrace a vibrant connection with God, and exercise judicious generosity. She powerfully illustrates the outworking of these habits through biblical history, modern examples, and illustrative vignettes from her therapeutic practice.
"Healing Your Family Tree" is a hopeful, healing book written by an author who works in the trenches of family misery (Tauke works as a licensed clinical social worker in D.C.). It faithfully communicates the biblical principle that "where sin abounds, there grace superabounds." Tauke provides proven pathways on the journey home--the journey of relational forgiveness, personal freedom, and family harmony.
Reviewer: Dr. Robert W. Kellemen is the author of Beyond the Suffering: Embracing the Legacy of African American Soul Care and Spiritual Direction , Soul Physicians, and Spiritual Friends. He is also a licensed clinical professional counselor and a seminary professor.