Natalie interviews Anne Resler about the connection between spiritual and emotional abuse as well as the benefit of viewing abuse as something that affects your entire self/worldview. Anne’s work as an author and counselor illuminates the brainwashing of many Christian women as well as how the Bible has been weaponized against them. Her conversations with survivors allow her to identify behavior patterns that enable abuse to continue as well as effective tools for healing and freedom.
About Anne Resler:
Anne is a private practice Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT) in Northwest Arkansas. She is also an author and communicator. Birthed out of her heart for healing and restoration, Anne wrote “Rising from the Ruins: Restoring the Broken Places,” a study on the book of Nehemiah. Her second study, “Chosen,” is currently in process. It is a journey of healing for women from trauma and pain through the lens of the five women in the lineage of Christ. The bible study framework allows for a counseling-type process. The study deals with the significant issues these women faced (and we face), including various forms of abuse.
Anne has been married to Jeff for 24 years. They have two children, Abby and Grant. She loves the outdoors and spending time at the lake with family and friends. She likes to laugh and loves goofing off!
Find Anne on Facebook, Instagram: anneresler, and Twitter: @anneresler
To purchase the bible study she mentions, Rising From the Ruins: Restoring the Broken Places, and find more information about the its purpose and process, visit Anne’s website.
Click To Play:
Do you have a question related to emotional or spiritual abuse that you’d like answered on the Flying Free podcast? Head over HERE!
Glad you have found encouragement, wisdom, and support here 77AngelsOverUs! Keep taking steps in your continued healing journey, and thanks for leaving a rating and review on iTunes!
Subscribe & Review in iTunes
Have you subscribed yet to the Flying Free podcast? If not, why not do that today? It’s easy! Click here to subscribe in iTunes!
If you’ve got a few extra seconds, I’d love it if you left us a review over on iTunes, too. Those reviews help other people find this podcast and they’re also fun to read! Just click here to review, select “Ratings and Reviews” and “Write a Review” and let me know what you like best about this podcast. Thank you!