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Riassunto: You simply cannot swallow a poison pill and hope the other person dies! Anger. Bitterness. Resentment. Pain. They are poison to the body, mind and soul. The antedote? Forgiveness. Forgiveness is so important that our very lives depend on it. Churches teach us that we should forgive, but how do you actually learn to forgive? In this spiritual workbook noted author, psychologist, and ordained minister Dr. Dick Tibbits takes you step-by-step through an eight-week forgiveness format that is easy to understand and follow. His clinically proven concepts are a practical way of dealing with life s hurts and disappointments. The power of forgiveness is that when you forgive someone else, you cleanse your own life of bitterness, which can and does poison the soul. That is the beauty of forgiveness; it blesses you when you receive it and again when you offer it to others. You could say it is the gift that keeps on giving. You are about to begin your forgiveness journey a journey that will change your life forever. Forgiveness can be tough work, but if you keep at it, you will be able to forgive. And you will have help. Remember God has promised: My grace is sufficient for you (2 Corinthians 12:9)
About the Author: DR. DICK TIBBITS has worked in the field of behavioral and spiritual health for over 30 years and has assisted thousands of people in achieving whole-person health and healing. He has a doctoral degree in psychology and a masters degree in theology, is a licensed professional mental health counselor and an ordained minister. Dr. Tibbits excels in designing life strategies that work in both the corporate world and private life. He is the author of four books on the health and healing benefits of forgiveness. Dr. Tibbits currently serves as Chief Learning Officer at Florida Hospital the largest admitting hospital in America.
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Descrizione libro Florida Hospital Publishing, 2009. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0982040946