How to Forgive When You Can’t: The Breakthrough Guide to Free Your Heart & Mind
ISBN/ASIN: 098243071X,9780982430712 | 2011 | English | epub | 294/0 pages | 3.32 Mb
Publisher: Ruah Press, the publishing division of The Forgiveness Foundation | Author: Dr. Jim Dincalci | Edition: 2
This book presents numerous ways in detail that help heal a lifetime of blame, resentment, grudges, and especially regret, guilt, and self-blame, so that you can move onto a more peaceful, joyful life.
It provides proven, powerful methods that will help you get rid of your upsets for good – even those that seem unforgivable, for it gives researched ways to deal with heavy trauma, tragedy and abuse. The author, Dr. Jim Dincalci, provides: case studies, brain studies, and how to maintain gains made.
Discover which of the 27 powerful forgiveness techniques is best for you. Defuse the two brain mechanism that prevent forgiving. Get past the 13 blocks to forgivingAttain self forgiveness. You will learn:
The 8 Essentials and 7 Secrets for dealing with upsets.12 overlooked aids in empowering yourself to forgive The 3 best strategies to manage difficult situations How to get out of the cycle of victimhood and guilt What trauma survivors and their family members need to know And more This book can also be used as a guide to help assist others to forgive. Mental health, legal, religious, and medical professionals will find it useful as a guide to help people cope with very difficult problems.
**Winner – Living Now 2010 Book Award ** Finalist – Book of the Year Award in Self-Help – Foreword Review Magazine ** Winner – 2011 Global E-book Award in Psychology/Mental Health ** Finalist – 2010 Indie Book Award in Self-Help 2010