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How To Forgive When You Can T Forget

Author : Charles Klein
ISBN : 0964287404
Genre : Psychology
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This book, written by a rabbi, teaches us how to shift our perception--moving beyond the pain and mistrust and allowing ourselves to say with honesty and an open heart, "I want you to be a part of my life again". "A beautiful book that every person on this planet needs to read".--Bernie S. Siegel, M.D.
Category: Psychology

How To Forgive When You Can T

Author : Jim Dincalci
ISBN : 0982430701
Genre : Psychology
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This book can help guide the most sophisticated health care provider as well as the inexperienced lay person. Dr. Dincalci's approach takes the reader through a gradual introduction of the stages and phases of forgiveness; then into how to face and then let go of upsets and even deep trauma. He insists that it is in being our own authentic emotions that empowerment, self-forgiveness and forgiveness of others is possible. Anyone embarking on Dr. Dincalci's procedures need only understand that forgiveness is not a once through read but a continuing life process. This book offers an effective process for working upsets through to resolution. It is not a one step cure all. Its true use will be in the progress of our living and referring back to it when other life situations pull more emotional upsets or trauma out of the closet.
Category: Psychology

Constructive Wallowing

Author : Tina Gilbertson
ISBN : 9781936740963
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 36.70 MB
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“Constructive wallowing” seems like an oxymoron. Constructive is a good thing, but wallowing is bad. Right? But wait a minute; is it really so terrible to give ourselves a time-out to feel our feelings? Or is it possible that wallowing is an act of loving kindness, right when we need it most? Just about everyone loves the idea of self-compassion -- the notion that maybe in spite of our messy emotions and questionable behavior, we really aren’t all that bad. In recent years there’s been an explosion of books that encourage readers to stop beating themselves up for being human, which is terrific. Unfortunately, readers who aren’t interested in Buddhism or meditation have been left out in the cold. Self-compassion is an everyday habit that everyone can learn, even if they a) aren't particularly spiritual, b) find most books about self-compassion too serious, or else c) have already overdosed on meditation. Constructive Wallowing: How to Beat Bad Feelings by Letting Yourself Have Them is the first book to cut right to the chase, bypassing descriptions of Eastern philosophy and meditation techniques to teach readers exactly how to accept and feel their feelings with self-compassion for greater emotional health and well-being … while making them laugh from time to time. It seems that the wisdom of “keeping your friends close and your enemies closer” applies to emotions as well as people. It’s tempting to turn away from menacing, uncomfortable feelings like anger, grief or regret and treat them like unwanted guests; however, ignoring them just seems to make them stick around. They lurk in the background like punks with switchblades, waiting to pounce as soon as they see an opening. By learning to accept and embrace, rather than suppress, difficult feelings, people can keep their sense of personal power and, better yet, gain greater understanding and ultimately esteem for themselves. Feeling bad can actually lead to feeling better, faster!
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

When You Can T Say I Forgive You

Author : Grace H. Ketterman
ISBN : 1576830373
Genre : Religion
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A practical guide to forgiveness draws on personal experiences and case studies to explain how reader's can discover God's definitions of justice and reconciliation and how they can free themselves from the anger, hatred, and pain that prevent true forgiveness. Original.
Category: Religion

The Forgiveness Factor

Author : Cherie Hill
ISBN : 0718041828
Genre : Religion
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Experience the freedom of forgiveness. Let God help you forgive what you can’t forget. In Forgiveness Factor author Cherie Hill states that we often misunderstand what forgiveness truly is. Even after God has forgiven we remain broken and continue to beat ourselves up rather than accepting the forgiveness that has been granted. As Forgiveness Factor takes you through the Bible, you will experience how God stands ready and able to help you so you accept His forgiveness. Receive fresh understanding, comfort, and practical help from God’s Word, and unlock the paralysis that keeps you from moving forward.
Category: Religion

Can T Forgive

Author : Kim Goldman
ISBN : 9781941631485
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Don't tell her she needs to find closure. Don't ask her to forgive and forget. When Kim was just 22, her older brother, Ron Goldman, was brutally killed by O.J. Simpson. Ron and Kim were very close, and her devastation was compounded by the shocking not guilty verdict that allowed a smirking Simpson to leave as a free man. It wasn't Kim's first trauma. Her parents divorced when she was young, and she and Ron were raised by their father. Her mother kidnapped her, telling her that her father didn't love her any more. When she was 14, she was almost blinded from severe battery acid burns on her face during an automobile accident, requiring three reconstructive surgeries. But none of these early traumas compared to the loss of her brother, the painful knowledge that his killer was free, and fact that she could not even grieve privatelyher grief was made painfully public. Counseled by friends, strangers, and even Oprah to find closure,” Kim chose a different route. She chose to fight. Repeatedly, Kim and her family pursued Simpson by every legal means. Foiled over and over again, they ultimately achieved a small measure of justice. Kim's story is one of tragedy, but also of humanity and, often, comedy. Living life as one of America's most famous victims” isn't always easy, especially as a single mother in the dating market. She often had bizarre first date experiences, with one man even breaking down into tears and inconsolable with grief after realizing who she was. Ultimately Kim's story is that of an ordinary person thrown into extraordinary circumstances at a very young age, and who had the couragedespite the discouragement of so manyto ignore the conventional wisdom and never give up her fight for justice.

How Can I Forgive You

Author : Janis A. Spring
ISBN : 9780061865299
Genre : Psychology
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Until now, we have been taught that forgiveness is good for us and that good people forgive. Dr. Spring, a gifted therapist and the award-winning author of After the Affair, proposes a radical, life-affirming alternative that lets us overcome the corrosive effects of hate and get on with our lives—without forgiving. She also offers a powerful and unconventional model for genuine forgiveness—one that asks as much of the offender as it does of us. This bold and healing book offers step-by-step, concrete instructions that help us make peace with others and with ourselves, while answering such crucial questions as these: How do I forgive someone who is unremorseful or dead? When is forgiveness cheap? What is wrong with refusing to forgive? How can the offender earn forgiveness? How do we forgive ourselves for hurting another human being?
Category: Psychology

This Is Me Letting You Go

Author : Heidi Priebe
ISBN : 1530896657
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Letting go is not a process that comes naturally to us. In a world that teaches us to cling to what we love at all costs, there is an undeniable art to moving on - and it's one that we are constantly relearning. In this series of honest and poignant essays, Heidi Priebe explores the harsh reality of what it means to let go of the people and situations we love most - often before we are ready to - and how to embrace what comes next.