Dr. Obamehinti’s highly praised book takes a unique and powerful approach in showing people how to overcome unprocessed trauma. Her new book shows readers how to turn the need to survive into the opportunity to thrive.
WILMINGTON, NC, August 01, 2019 /Neptune100/ — Unprocessed trauma can destroy lives, families and careers. Like a grating background noise that never stops, some forms of trauma can follow us wherever we go and into whatever we do. It doesn’t have to be that way.
Dr. Feyi Obamehinti’s mission is to help those who have experienced trauma find hope again. Regardless of the injury, pain or distress we may have suffered, including any form of physical or psychological abuse, she can help us turn our need to survive into the opportunity to thrive. Because she has been there, she can point us in new directions that will help us be better and live joyful, thriving lives. She is firm in her belief that we don’t have to suffer the pain of unprocessed trauma one more day, and that we can take that next step towards restoration today.
Unprocessed trauma can take many forms – anxiety, stress, depression, anger, frustration, guilt, shame or hopelessness. While different in every case, all of these can result from unprocessed trauma of any kind.
“I wrote this book to help people,” Dr. Obamehinti stated. “I feel it is imperative that we understand how unprocessed trauma can inhibit emotional and spiritual growth. I want them to know how important it is for them to be unstuck and move forward to live a victorious life by stepping up and processing their trauma.”
‘Crushed to Restored’ is based on principles drawn from the book of Nehemiah. The book of Nehemiah teaches core principles for emotional, mental and spiritual restoration. Experiencing loss is something that everyone can relate to, whether it be from death, illness, miscarriage, rejection, bankruptcy or estrangement. The book of Nehemiah provides divine wisdom and the tools that equip Christians to confidently face any life situation.
Using the principles detailed in Nehemiah, Dr. Feyi Obamehinti teaches and shares her journey of healing from emotional and psychological abuse. A conversational approach is used to clearly explain the principles that will help Christians break free and grow in their relationship with God. This book will demonstrate that with faith, prayer, integrity and God’s help, we can successfully overcome any type of abuse or loss. We all can come out stronger in our love and service for God.
Readers and reviewers alike have given high praise for ‘Crushed to Restored’. One reader said, “As an English teacher and Bible study leader, I know that learning is more than simply reading and studying something. Real learning takes place when ideas studied are pondered and applied to real life. This text guides the readers into that sweet spot where study of God’s history with His people becomes personal growth in Christ.” Another stated, “In her book, Crushed to Restored: Principles of Restoration from the Book of Nehemiah, Dr. Feyi Obamehinti tenderly guides readers through a frank and honest assessment of damage and loss caused by such circumstances, shares heartbreaking personal accounts from her own life journey, and then offers a step-by-step approach to victorious restoration lovingly orchestrated by our Loving God.”
Dr. Obamehinti is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at [email protected]. ‘Crushed to Restored’ is available at her website and from online book retailers. More information is available at her website at https://www.crushed2restored.org/.
Dr. Feyi Obamehinti is a wife, mother, ordained minister, speaker and author. She is also the co-founder of the non-profit organization, Oasis Focus Inc., and regularly hosts “Oasis Connection”, a Christian TV show she co-hosts with her husband on different TV networks.
Feyi was born in Phoenix, AZ to Nigerian parents and grew up in Nigeria with her paternal grandparents. She currently lives in Texas with her husband and her 3 adult daughters live in different parts of the world.