Healing Life's Hurts: Healing Memories Through Five Stages of Forgiveness

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Paulist Press, 1978 - Psychology - 249 pages
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Warm, readable and full of profound insights about the healing process, this book provides a wise and much needed integration of medicine, psychology and religion. It is written for the average reader and gives a sane method of undertaking the healing journey. It is full of practical suggestions to help the individual get on with the healing of mind and soul and body.
 

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This is an excellent book that provides both the theoretical framework and practical application in simple, somewhat repetetive fashion that enables you to understand and apply it's teachings almost ... Read full review

Contents

WHAT HAPPENS IN HEALING
1
Healing a Memory Is Like Dying
8
EMOTIONAL
21
Physical Healing Through Healing a Memory
30
PREDISPOSITIONS FOR FIVE STAGES
63
With a Loving
78
FIVE STAGES
85
Anger
102
EUCHARISTSUMMARY OF FIVE STAGES
179
HEALING A MEMORY
191
Healing the Future
199
Healing the Future through Dreams
205
APPENDIX
217
Gifts and Struggles Exercise
229
Healing Memories with the Stations of the Cross
235
Notes
247

Bargaining
118
Depression
134
Acceptance
164
About the Authors
257
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