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12 Step Guide To Restoration


March 15, 2022

Book Details

Purposed Survivor was designed with only one intention in mind, freedom. The ability to live free from a life consumed by domestic abuse, however, each person must be shown the way to seek out this restoration process for themselves. With compassion, purpose, and love for another member, we can achieve that goal. (The word restoration means to return something to its proper owner or place, or to give somebody new strength or vigor.) The Twelve Mind Power Phases of the Purposed Survivor are a guide meant to move you along the path of restoration. Each chapter includes a narrative followed by a list of questions. The narrative is intended to evoke thought about the questions. The narrative is written in the voice of "we" while the questions are written to promote personal opinions on the content. The 12 Step Working Guide is a companion book to Initial Beginnings, which is a more in-depth version of the 12 Phases. The narrative or questions are at your disposal; add to these guides, delete from them, or use them as they are. It's up to you. The only real way to inappropriately use these guides is to use them alone.

Author Description

The purpose of restoration is simply living free from the ramifications of domestic abuse. If you are willing to make an effort to find the solution to freedom, then these are the basic steps you must take to find freedom. We sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God as we understood Him. In this process, we may encounter a spiritual awakening... one that will change the course of our lives forever. Planning a life free from abuse is not something anyone should consider. Abuse of any kind is unacceptable. However, there are some questions you may want to ask yourself.

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