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Living Inside The Rainbow: Winning The Battlefield of the Mind After Human Trafficking & Mental Bondage
by Brook Susan Parker

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    List Price: $15.95 (store prices may vary)
    Format: Paperback
    Classification: Nonfiction
    Page Count: 276
    ISBN13: 9780965441520
    Imprint: Dr. Brook Parker-Bello
    Publisher: Dr. Brook Parker-Bello
    Parent Company: Dr. Brook Parker-Bello

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    Living Inside the Rainbow: Winning the Battlefield of the Mind After Human Trafficking and Mental Bondage is a riveting chronicle of Brook Parker Bello’s journey, yet through the scriptures and the heart of God. Brook’s survival of child sex-slavery, a form of human trafficking has given her a profound understanding of Gods divine power of deliverance and exponential transformation. Be inspired to release the past and live free from feelings of self loathing and loneliness that follow child victims of sexual violence. Sexual violence, that is ultimately part of our heart and mind which is, according to science and God, one in the same. Learn what it means to be released from the root causes such as rape, molestation, pornography and incest (familial trafficking) and other forms of human trafficking and unresolved trauma that victims suffer as it is the battle and bondage of the mind that lingers long after physical rescue. Let God show you a new path to life, allow him to rebuild your life to a destiny you have dared dream, while understanding so much more about what we call, “modern day slavery.”

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