After reading the first volume of Healing the Wounded Soul, many people found deep healing for their inner pain. They were so thankful the memories that had plagued had lost their pain. The concept that Jesus carried our emotional pain to the cross for our healing had been completely new to them. Yet for some, their pain continued or the memory of what happened remained as frightening as before. Another question was why were some temptations, such as getting angry, so hard to control? These people could be furious before they even knew there was something to get angry about. These problems may have passed from generation to generation. For some, it felt as though getting angry were a weak spot in their characters where a spirit of anger could walk right into their daily activities, while the thought of robbing a bank didn't even register as being tempting. In this volume, Dr. Westmeier writes about dealing with these weak spots or open doors from biblical principles and her counseling experiences.