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The information on this page will change from time to time.
You will find books, YouTube videos, Blog links, etc.  I may or may not agree with the information on this page, but add it for the sake of conversation or ideas. 
Below are some books I have read.
The scent of water is a non-fiction read about Naomi Zacharias personal journey of struggle through confusion over her identity, coming face-to-face with redemption, and her beginning to understand her own story and finding her calling.
She is the founder of the non-profit Wellspring International who help women/children around the world escape sex trafficking and domestic violence. 
The body keeps the score is a non-fiction book. Dr. Kolk uses recent scientific advances to show how trauma literally reshapes both body and brain. He also offers new paths to recovery by activating the brain's natural neuroplasticity. 
Dibs in Search of Self is a non-fiction book. Virgina M. Axline is a child therapist who works with Dibs a young boy. You experience the process of her helping him escape his personal prison and the world of being alone and isolated within himself which he created for safety.  It is an inspirational book about patience, understanding, and acceptance of a child's process of healing.
The gifts of Imperfection in a non-fiction book.  Dr. Brene Brown is a research professor and thought leader on vulnerability, courage, worthiness, and shame. She shares ten guideposts on the power of wholehearted living-a way to engage with the world from a place of worthiness.
The Wounded Heart is a non-fiction book. This book has helped men and women who are experiencing complex issues in their lives because of sexual abuse.  Dr. Allender is a psychologist who has helped individuals wrestle with their feelings toward God, other people and themselves, and understanding the goals and fears that have determined how they related to others because of the sexual abuse.