The Christian’s Guide to No Contact

by – Sister Renee Pittelli (Author)

How to End Your Relationships With Narcissistic, Psychopathic, and Abusive Family and Friends, and Still be a Good Christian

Available on Amazon

Book Description:

Does God really expect us to put up with a lifetime of abuse from the bullies, liars, manipulators, abusers and users we know, just because we were born into a toxic family or were deceived into befriending a narcissist who hid his true self from us at first? Christians often feel stuck in abusive relationships with narcissistic or psychopathic friends or family, either haunted by guilt or plagued by Holier-Than-Thous who think they have the right to judge us for finally getting away and staying away. In this book, you will learn about going No Contact from a biblical perspective. You will find effective, step-by-step strategies for deciding when it’s time to go No Contact, how to go No Contact, how to stay No Contact, how to deal with estranged friends and relatives, their Flying Monkeys, and even strangers who have the nerve to criticize you for going No Contact, how to resist attempts to Hoover you back in, and how to begin recovering from the loss of your relationship and healing from your abuse. Loaded with scriptural references that will support you and may even surprise you, The Christian’s Guide to No Contact will teach you that the Lord does not want his children to be in bondage to the wicked, and will help you to end unhealthy friendships and family relationships while staying true to what the Bible teaches. You will find everything a Christian needs to know about No Contact in one enlightening and accessible resource.

Reviews for the Book

I went no contact with my parents about 10 months ago . I had already gone low contact with my evil genius sister about 10 years ago. It's been really hard especially as my parents continue to call and call and call. They think they are saints. After 55 years of neglect and abuse (just me, I'm the scapegoat) they suddenly decided I was the favorite (sort of). Actually, they just stopped being openly hostile to me, the favoritism with other siblings continued. I played along for years, but it was obviously a joke. Or so I thought. Then 10 months ago their true colors showed. They were setting me up to care for my wicked mother when my father dies. I'm the only offspring who works full time and is single. So, of course they see me as the one who is available(?). Actually, I think she picked me as I'm the only one she can continue to abuse till she kills me. It was such a shock that I couldn't face them any more. They had been plotting this for years! Boy, I wish I had found this book a while back. I've been struggling with so much guilt and panic attacks every time they call and leave a message. I finally blocked them on my phone. This book addresses all my concerns and puts such clear perspectives on all the issues. Every time I start a new chapter I'm thinking" yes, yes that too". This book has really helped with my peace of mind. Thank you so much. 
- LPL

About the Author:Sister Renee Pittelli

Award-winning author Sister Renee Pittelli is an Adult Child Recovery Mentor, victim’s advocate, and the founder and director of Luke 17:3 Ministries for Adult Daughters of Abusive, Controlling, or Abandoning Birth-Families. She is the product of an abusive childhood and abusive family relationships that continued long into her adulthood. At the age of 47 the Lord set her free, when she was disowned by her abusive family for setting limits on their behavior.

Since then, God has blessed Sister Renee with healing and peace, and has led her to help others by sharing her testimony and experiences. The Lord has led her to serve as a consultant to therapists, psychiatrists, ministers and other professionals in the field of narcissistic abuse and pass on her extensive knowledge of this specialty which is largely neglected in schools of psychology. She has written extensively about family abusers, narcissists, psychopaths, bullies and their Flying Monkeys, the dilemmas unique to abusive family systems, the biblical perspective on abuse, setting and enforcing boundaries, godly confrontation, the myths of forgiveness without repentance and honoring abusive parents, cutting ties with reprobate friends and relatives, church and spiritual abuse, No Contact, and living the life of freedom, peace and joy that our heavenly Father intended for us.

Sister Renee is a happily married mother of two adult sons and a grandmother. She loves family and friend time, animals, old-time gospel music, oldies and blues, sitting on the porch, playing the piano, reading and studying, antiquing, cooking, being with her church family, and spending time with the Lord.

***Listen to my interview with Stacy Lynn Harp at Active Christian Media about my book Narcissistic Predicaments- This time we cover topics like restitution, abuser’s funerals, setting limits, circular arguments, “personality disorders”, N’s abandonment issues, etc. Many thanks to Stacy Lynn and ACM. Click here for the podomatic link. Enjoy and share please :)

http://stacyharp.podomatic.com/entry/2011-06-07T16_27_34-07_00

***Check out my interview with Stacy Lynn Harp of Active Christian Media. We talk about narcissistic families, forgiveness without repentance, my book Breaking the Bonds of Adult Child Abuse including excerpts, and much more. Many thanks to Stacy Lynn Harp and Active Christian Media, and praise the Lord!: