A Womanist Pastoral Theology against Intimate and Cultural by Stephanie M. Crumpton

By Stephanie M. Crumpton

This booklet is set Black women's look for relationships and encounters that aid therapeutic from intimate and cultural violence. Narratives offer an ethnographic picture of this violence, whereas elevating issues over even if current paradigms for pastoral care and counseling are congruent with what percentage Black ladies strategy healing.

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I balled myself up in a knot and attempted to protect what parts of me that had not been punched. I got myself together enough to get my keys to my car and run out of the apartment. The violence caught her off guard and it made a lasting impression on her emotionally, psychologically, and even spiritually. During the initial group interview, I asked each woman if they could identify a specific moment when they realized they were “going to make it,” through the pain they had experienced. For Rori, it wasn’t about avoiding pain.

And I was just like, okay, you’re not the person that I need to talk to about this, obviously. And so, I remember going and transitioning from [name omitted] High School into [name omitted] High School. And I remember going to my mom.  mom, I’m just really depressed. I just really need somebody to talk to. I need to go see a therapist. She was like, “Black people don’t need to go see therapy. We got the church. ” I was like, okay, this is not going to work. So, I remember doing some research on campus and finding out that [name of school] offers free therapy.

And I had gone to the kitchen and I was coming back with the water. I can’t remember why, but I remember coming through the living room on my way back to where the women were. And [name omitted] was there. And he asked me did I want to play. And I wanted to play. So I remember him pulling down my brown corduroy pants (because they were my favorite pants). I remember him pulling them down and bending me over the couch. And I don’t remember whether he tried any penetration or not. But, I do remember him rubbing his penis up and down my butt.

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