I just finished the first third of the book or so. The last chapter that I read was about "Feeling Emotions" and "learning to feel emotions" etc. In the entire chapter he seems almost smug in his confidence that I, as a survivor who has yet to "feel emotions" will eventually tremble, cry, get angry, etc.
I don't see this happening ever. I don't see HOW I'm ever going to "cry" about my abuse and it's effects or whatever.
I am honor-bound to read the book since I'm attending one of his (Mike Lew) conference/retreats. But I'm afraid that this book isn't going to help me much. But I'll try it. (What if it doesn't help? sigh)
I just don't think I fit in with the rest, is what I'm saying I guess.