By Stephanie M. Crumpton
This booklet is set Black women's look for relationships and encounters that help therapeutic from intimate and cultural violence. Narratives supply an ethnographic photo of this violence, whereas elevating issues over even if latest paradigms for pastoral care and counseling are congruent with what percentage Black girls technique healing.
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The chapter discusses how the women wrestled with a sense of alienation from God, self, and others in the wake of violence. It presents narratives of their direct and indirect encounters with God, the various ways they interrogated their theological heritage to actively seek out a God they could recognize, a reconstructed spirituality that engaged multiple faith traditions, and embodied spiritual practices through which they experienced a connection with God that strengthened them holistically (in mind, body, and spirit).
Her reflection on how her choices impacted her and her children reveal the complex nature of her struggle. First, she was struggling with her own psychological trauma from being sexually assaulted in childhood and battered as an adult woman. She also carried the weight of concern over how she looked and measured up to social standards as a divorced, unmarried Black woman mothering five children by different fathers. This additional social pressure compounded the effects of the violence, in that she also felt judged and stigmatized: I had five children.
So honey, I don’t even know where the money came from. Well, you can fly out in a cargo plane, sitting on the side, like you’re luggage. Stephanie: How dumb? Eliza: Yeah. Stephanie: So you sent her away to get her out of the house? to family. Stephanie: To get her out of the house. Eliza’s daughter interpreted her mother’s actions to mean that she had chosen her husband over her own child. Another of Eliza’s daughters also reported being approached by their stepfather. This daughter told her that he “said things” to her, but to this day Eliza doesn’t know what was said.