Craig Brown: Stop Hiding Start Healing

Why do you continue to hide your pain, shame and guilt?

You carry it with you everywhere you go, knowing that one day you need to deal with it; yet, you keep procrastinating. And another year has gone by. This book will help you discover how to be set free from the pain and shame of your past so that you can experience freedom and live a life of meaning and purpose. In the 1980s, Craig Brown, Author of Stop Hiding Start Healing, lived the high life. He worked for one of the biggest cocaine dealers on the east coast and partied with music moguls and professional athletes while self-medicating on drugs and alcohol. Brown is now walking in his God-given purpose and has led thousands of others to freedom as a Recovery Pastor in the Washington, D.C. area. He has helped countless families find wholeness and healing for their loved ones struggling with pain and shame. Today, in the midst of an opioid epidemic,

mental health crisis, and a pandemic, Brown felt the call of God to share his story and vast knowledge

of recovery with as many people as possible. Brown’s message could not be more timely. In 2019, nearly 50,000 Americans died from opioid overdoses. In 2017, 1.7 million people suffered from substance abuse disorders related to opioids.

Unfortunately, drug abuse has a stigma that prevents many from getting the help they need, and

family members are often at a loss with how to assist in the road to recovery. According to Brown,

most seek help because of their pain, not their addiction. Brown shares life-saving counsel to

Christians and communities grappling with these mental health issues. In Stop Hiding Start Healing,

Brown offers loving, redemptive counsel for readers.

In this book you will learn:

*Why we hide and what masks we wear to hide our pain, shame and guilt

*How our character defects and shortcomings influence our desire to hide

*How to create a new past and deal with the old one


Emotional pain is a part of life. For some, it is a bump in the road, but for many, it has a devastating impact, causing missed opportunities, broken relationships, and addiction. In this book, Craig Brown presents engaging stories of redemption which will inspire even those in the most hopeless situations. Because this book is filled with a diversity of human experiences, it can speak to anyone, but because Craig writes from decades of experience with Christian recovery ministry, it will speak especially to those open to a deeper spiritual experience of life. I recommend this book to anyone struggling with alcoholism or other addictions who wonders if guilt, shame, or past trauma might hold them back from living their best life. I know Craig's work, and I have met people he writes about in this book. -John C. Umhau MD MPH CPE,

We all are children at heart. And that children's innocence can be a blessing, or a curse. Its sweet vulnerability interrupted can lock us down to old traumas and shame that brand us permanently (we think) to fearful limitations and soulful wounds that we think we can never overcome. Craig Brown's timely book arrives on the surging tragic confusing wave of the Covid virus, when old fears find new roots to prosper β€” if we let them. Craig's lifetime of Christian recovery ministry informs a profound book that will help families and individuals out of pain, fear and shame into the sunlight of our own innate Spiritual power to heal ourselves and those around us. With a 30% increase in Army suicide in the past 6 months, and an 18% increase in shelterless homelessness, Covid's shadow can cast a wide shadow β€” or we can attack it with the light, wisdom, and courage that comes from Spiritual growth and insight -Nick Lowery, Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame, Harvard MPA, Dartmouth BA, Former White House Drug Abuse Policy Office, NFL Man of the Year KC Chiefs & NY Jets

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