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