Forgiving the unforgivable

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Macmillan, Mar 1, 1992 - Psychology - 270 pages
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Only recently have psychologists begun to focus on a crucial but previously neglected aspect of emotional healing: forgiveness. In this revolutionary work, a leading authority on the process of forgiveness offers readers a path out of the wasteland of anger, resentment, and stunted emotional growth that entraps people whose loved ones have wounded them.

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User Review  - Tammie - Goodreads

FORGIVING THE UNFORGIVABLE offers insight on how to do just that. It's a helpful book on the subject. Read full review

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User Review  - Amie Black - Goodreads

A good place to start the process. There were a lot of accompanying stories that didn't apply for me but the basics of the concept really apply to all. What helped me most was the idea of choosing one ... Read full review


Anatomy of an Unforgivable Injury
The Journey of Forgiving
Tools for Forgiving

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Flanigan is a Clinical Professor at the School of Social Work, University of Wisconsin, and a therapist in private practice specializing in forgiveness.

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