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Anthony Miele, MD

Internal Medicine & Pediatrics

Anthony Miele, MD is a physician of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, working in urgent and primary care offices. He particularly enjoys sharing the Gospel and love of Christ with patients struggling through mental illness and harmful addictions. Dr. Miele completed medical school and residency at The Ohio State University. He also served overseas as a physician with Samaritan’s Purse Post-Resident Program following completion of his residency. He and his wife have one daughter and live in Ohio.

Anthony Miele's Recommended Resources

Be Broken

Helping individuals and families move from sexual brokenness to wholeness in Christ

Unwanted: How Sexual Brokenness Reveals Our Way to Healing

Many of us feel ashamed and undesirable after years of sexual brokenness and addiction. The guilt and stigma surrounding sexual struggles can paralyze us and keep us from seeking help and healing. Author Jay Stringer approaches these sensitive subjects with gentleness and understanding.

Based on original research from over 3,800 men and women, Unwanted is a groundbreaking resource that explores the “why” behind self-destructive sexual choices in order to help readers work towards freedom. Addressing difficult issues with compassionate insight, this book discusses:

  • Abandonment and broken relationships
  • Trauma and sexual abuse
  • The sex industry and pornography
  • Violence against women
  • Learning to love and care for yourself
  • Healthy conflict and repair in your relationships
  • Investing in community
  • Creating healthy boundaries

A perfect resource for those seeking self-help or those working to minister to the sexually broken people around them, Unwanted offers life-changing, practical guidance rooted in clinical evidence to light the way on a path to wholeness.