Jewell, D. H.: Would Jesus Hang Out In A Strip Club?
Jewell, D.H. (2014) Would Jesus hang out in a strip club? Yes, to heal the abused.
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This article focuses on reaching women who have been victims of abuse and as a result, have turned to a life of prostitution .Many of the women had abusive relationship as children. Understanding the diverse emotions that consume these women, outreach partner, such as New Name, distribute gift bags, hand-made cards, earrings, lotion, Christ, kindness, prayers, hugs, and prayers to the women. They try to help the women want to heal themselves and get off the streets. Anne Polencheck runs the New Name ministry. Her goal is to rid Chicago of disreputable strip clubs, bars, and massage …show more content…
Journal of counseling and development, Vol. 71, pages 14-17, doi:10.1002/j.1556-66676.1992.tb02163.x
This review focuses on case studies of three characteristics of unresolved childhood sexual abuse in adults over the age of 65. The issues may include chronic depression and elder abuse, which may exhibit itself as dementia or mental illness.
The inability to cope with childhood sexual abuse may create chronic depression, self-destructive behavior, isolation, substance abuse, and difficulty trusting others. All of the issues may be present and reoccurring in elderly adults as a result of not having the issues resolved as children. Adult survivors of childhood abuse tend to suffer from depression and often attempt suicide. Many are unable to care for their daily needs. Counseling, bibliotherapy, and in-depth discussions help resolve the issues that may mimic depression, anxiety, and dementia.
Tressier, L.J., (1992). Women sexually abused as children: the spiritual consequences Second Opinion, Volume 17 (3), pages 11-23. Retrieved