Caring Enough to Confront: How to Understand and Express Your Deepest Feelings Toward Others
Conflict simply is. Believing that we can somehow avoid it can only damage our relationships, but when we learn to integrate our needs and wants with those of others, it can be a catalyst in our relationships for deeper loving care. Dr. David Augsburger’s Caring Enough to Confront is a classic in Christian peacemaking. It teaches the reader how to build trust, cope with blame and prejudice, and be honest about anger and frustration. Dr. Augsburger challenges readers to keep in mind that the important issue is not what the conflict is about, but instead how the conflict is handled. He offers a biblically based model for dealing with conflict to teach Christians how to confront with compassion and resolve issues in a healthy and healing way. Whether in family, church or work relationships, Caring Enough to Confront gives readers the tools to make the most of every conflict.
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Review: Caring Enough to Confront: How to Understand and Express Your Deepest Feelings Toward OthersUser Review - Christianbook.com
99% of advice on confrontation to correct wrongs is common sense. The liberalism in this book surprised and irritated me. Augsburger's position on the war, adultery, and church is off the biblical mark.
Review: Caring Enough to Confront: How to Understand and Express Your Deepest Feelings Toward OthersUser Review - Craig Cottongim - Goodreads
If I could give it a 10 out 5 on the star ranking I would. This is the best book on relationships & dealing with conflict. Read full review
CAREFRONTING A Creative Way Through Conflict
TRUTHING A Simplified Speech Style
OWNING ANGER Let Both Your Faces Show
INVITING CHANGE Careful Confrontation
GIVING TRUST A TwoWay Venture of Faith and Risk
ENDING BLAME Forget Whose Fault
CASE DISMISSED Reclaiming the Gavel
GETTING UNSTUCK Experiencing the Freedom to Change
PEACEMAKING Getting Together Again