I must admit that I read this book as a former counselor and rape victim. I am a firm believer in the utilization of books to assist clients through tragedies in their lives or to support growth through addressing detrimental behaviors.As I read this book, though, this book was WAY too heavy in spirituality/religion/biblical reference, which is fine for the author in response to her rape, but should be identified by the publisher as Christian literature. I know for myself, I was turned off deeply by the constant reference and would not have requested to review the book if it was labeled correctly. I have worked with clients that already angry with God, use him as a "scapegoat" to express that anger, this book would have the total opposite effect. I found it more to be an example of why therapists should read any book before used in a therapeutic setting.