Illumining Shame, Anger, and Forgiveness

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Weston Counseling, LLC, Publications, Dec 3, 2017 - 98 pages
ILLUMINING SHAME, ANGER, and FORGIVENESS examines these intrinsic human experiences through the complementary lenses of biblical faith and modern psychology. How does shame remind us that we have lost Paradise? What does anger have to do with family and social roles? How can we learn to welcome returning "prodigals"?

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Nun Katherine Weston, an Orthodox Christian monastic, is a pastoral counselor and trauma specialist in private practice. For more than 10 years she has been addressing topics central to the basic human experience, integrating an Orthodox Christian worldview with perspectives from current psychotherapies. In addition to racial identities, topics have included loneliness, shame, anger, anxiety, and attachment dynamics.

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