You keep the scars hidden and tell yourself you can stop, but you can’t. You think the pain of cutting will end the hurt inside, but it always comes back. Maybe you don’t even want to admit that you engage in self-harm. Is there any hope for breaking free?
Author Nancy Alcorn says yes, you can find hope and freedom if you apply the principles in this book. Nancy combines deep compassion with practical knowledge, insight and guidance from God’s Word. The lives of more than two thousand young women who have experienced the life-changing program of Mercy Ministries which Nancy founded, are proof that these principles work.
Cut will help you learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of self-harm, understand how and why these behaviors develop, and know how to break free and stay free. Read the stories of girls just like you, who once had no hope but now live with joy and freedom. There’s also a special section for parents and others who care. There is mercy for self-harm!
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Founder and President of Mercy Ministries, Nancy Alcorn began her career in corrections and social work. Realizing the inadequacy of secular programs to offer real transformation in the lives of troubled girls, she started Mercy Ministries in 1983, with residential programs now available in several states and internationally. A frequent speaker at conferences around the world, Nancy resides in Nashville, Tennessee.
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