When Someone You Love Is Someone You Hate
This discerning book helps people recognize and resolve anger, bitterness, and disappointment with someone they love. The authors demonstrate how these love-hate relationships can dominate our lives and provides spiritual and emotional insights into how one can make peace with contradictory feelings toward a spouse, parent, or child.
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