Beyond Shame and Pain: Forgiving Yourself and Others
Unique among books on forgiveness, "Beyond Shame and Pain" brings together a Christian approach with a solid foundation in clinical and social psychology. Based on 26 years of teaching and clinical practice, Berecz condenses insights into reader-friendly prose, using case examples to illustrate his primary points. He says that forgiveness is something most people want more of, but few know how to genuinely achieve. Berecz provides fresh ideas on how to appropriate more of this psychologically powerful commodity to a discouraged world.
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