By Stephanie M. Crumpton
This booklet is set Black women's look for relationships and encounters that help therapeutic from intimate and cultural violence. Narratives supply an ethnographic picture of this violence, whereas elevating matters over even if present paradigms for pastoral care and counseling are congruent with what number Black girls procedure healing.
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I remember going to school, living in the dorms. It wouldn’t happen all the time, but just big emotional bursts that I really couldn’t handle, I just started taking knives or whatever I could find and just started cutting on my arms. Cirene started cutting (self-mutilating) when she was a teenager. She would cut herself when she remembered the rape, became angry, or felt threatened. She was angry about being incestuously raped, but she was also angry over being rendered emotionally mute when her father (unaware of what had happened to her) told her to ‘stop all that crying’ about an offense that she had every right to lament.
He was supposed to meet up, have dinner, and go have sex. It blew all that away, okay. My thing, my walk with God had been one that when I finally realized at this point right here that God was talking to me? And I had been listening but not listening. You know how you hear, but you don’t listen? Okay. . You know [how] you call yourself a little ho’. and, I totally forgot about it. I mean, that’s stuff that I just didn’t do. He came by, and I said, oh, I’m so sorry, and I began to tell him what I experienced with the Lord.
For Rori, it wasn’t about avoiding pain. It was about knowing that although pain had come, it had only come to pass—God wouldn’t let it stay and hold her captive. ” I caught on to that. ’ It came to pass. And once I accept that, it’s like I can release it and move on. But as long as I’m trying [to] hold on to something, whether it’s a memory, whether it’s a feeling, whatever it is; it just came to pass. It’s not here to stay forever. ” Because it’s all coming. But it got to pass. It can’t stay here.
A Womanist Pastoral Theology against Intimate and Cultural Violence by Stephanie M. Crumpton