Healing Broken Relationships: What to Do When You've Been Hurt
About: Healing Broken Relationships.
Arguments. Betrayal. Inattention. Some of the reasons that relationships shatter. Anger. Confusion. Hurt. Frustration. Some of what we feel when a relationship falls apart. We all have experienced how hard relationships can be in this broken world.
Experienced counselor Jayne Clark unpacks the issues that can lead to a broken relationship and then guides readers to a deeper trust in Christ–the one who died so that our relationship with God could be restored. You can look to him, the friend who “sticks closer than a brother,” and ask him for wisdom, help, and the ability to forgive. As you trust in him, no matter the outcome of your relationship struggles you can be confident that God is good, that he is in this with you and that he will use it for your good and his glory.
About the Author
Jayne V. Clark, M.A.R., is the Associate Dean of Students at Westminster Theological Seminary and Women's Ministry Coordinator at New Life Presbyterian Church. She is also a counselor with over eighteen years of experience, a frequent retreat and conference speaker, and the author of the minibook Single and Lonely: Finding the Intimacy You Desire and many counseling articles.