Forgiving Our Parents, Forgiving Ourselves: Healing Adult Children of Dysfunctional Families

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Servant Publications, Sep 1, 1992 - Self-Help - 336 pages
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This text exposes the many myths of forgiveness to provide readers with the spiritual and practical help needed to forgive themselves and others. Exploring family patterns that perpetuate dysfunction, the authors show readers how to contruct a psychological family tree that will help them understand the emotional health and history of their extended family.

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This writer is superior in his take on the influence of nuture in a persons development and adult choices. The author has handson tools to test ones experiences along with questions which guide the ... Read full review

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Excellent Resource for those needing to dealing with their past hurts and anger issues. Great place to start in learning about the dance we (children of dysfunctional families)do in our relationships ... Read full review



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David Stoop, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who leads seminars and retreats around the world. He lives in Newport Beach, California, and is the author of twenty books, including When Couples Pray Together.

Paul Meier, MD is the author or co-author of more than 90 books that have sold more than seven million copies in more than 30 languages. He is also the founder of the national chain of nonprofit Meier Clinics. He is a graduate of the Duke University Psychiatry Residency and is also an ordained minister and graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, where he taught for 12 years. He has traveled around the world teaching Christian Psychology, and has appeared on hundreds of national radio and television programs, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, the Tom Snyder Show, Norman Vincent Peale s program, and on Radio Free Europe.

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