Resilient African Women: Breaking Life Threatening Taboos, Godian Ejiogu
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Africans hold a taboo in talking about mental and spiritual health hazards and disorders.
Africans are afraid to discuss the spirits that are assumed responsible for spiritual or mental disorders. They hold the truth that spirits travel any distance in seconds or at most in a few minutes. They can be angry when you speak negatively about them and this can cause more havoc than the one the victim is suffering. At the same time, they are afraid of the surrounding people who hear them mention the suffering inflicted by the spirit against them. Where does this fear come from, and why is the fear strong and real? How can they be healed if they are not allowed to mention the source of their health problem? In this book, I shed light on this complex situation. What led these resilient African women to break the taboos? This book shows the African women resilience in taking the lead in the struggle against life-threatening issues. Where the battle is the fiercest, God places his best army. Meet the resilient and powerful women who had enough of the taboos and decided to liberate their family and themselves from the situation and thereby their community.
About the Author
Godian Ejiogu is a spiritual caregiver and chaplain for African roots in the Netherlands. He specialized in culturally sensitive care for African people. As director of Peace Servant and chairman of Foundation Collectively Strongly Rooted, he educates and guides people living in a culture of health and peace. He lectures in different Theology Universities and high schools and minister at God's Peace Ministry.
Publisher : SLWE on behalf of Peace Servant
Language : English
Paperback : 258 pages
ISBN-10 : 9079516082
ISBN-13 : 978-9079516087
Item Weight : 10.7 ounces
Dimensions : 5.5 x 0.54 x 8.5 inches