From Anger to Forgiveness

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Random House Publishing Group, 1992 - Family & Relationships - 208 pages
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In this understanding and supportive guide, renowned writer, lecturer, and counselor Earnie Larsen lays out a new strategy for identifying and facing up to our underground reservoirs of resentment and rage and moving beyond them to forgiveness. Gently, patiently, he teaches us that we can learn how to reclaim the power that anger has over us, and restablish relationships and rebuild bridges that might have been burned--as we move forward toward a new serenity and understanding of ourselves, and the hidden needs that have kept us stuck and helpless.

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Divorced after 19 years of marriage and very angry. This book changed my life. My copy is highlighted and stickered and dog-eared because I go back and re-read my favorite parts. It worked for me. I learned how to forgive because I deserved it. Highly recommend.

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About the author (1992)

Earnie Larsen was the author of more than thirty books. He was intimately invloved with people in Twelve Step programs for many years, with degrees in counceling, education, and theology. He died in 2011.

Carol Larsen Hagerty is a contributor on Days of Healying Days of Joy, From Anger to Forgiveness, Now That You're Sober, and The Healer's Way.

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