Let's face it: Men cheat, bosses lie, friends betray us, and children break our hearts. Every day we are faced with the burden of some sort of unforgiveness in our hearts. Somewhere along the road of life, you have been wronged. And this trespass has become a stronghold in your life. It has caused you many nights of pain and anger. But it doesn't have to be that way.
In Overcoming Unforgiveness: A Comprehensive Guide to Forgive for Life, you can learn how to overcome unforgiveness. These emotional triggers that come out of nowhere can be eliminated, so you can find peace of mind on a day-to-day basis.
This is a straightforward book with strategies that work. It is a basic and perfect guide on your journey to forgiveness.
Forgiveness doesn't mean you agree with what has taken place. Instead, forgiveness means letting go, with the understanding you are releasing yourself from toxic thoughts and feelings of resentment. It means you have the power to love someone who has wronged you in the worst way. Most importantly it means loving yourself enough to let go and unclench your closed fist to receive love once again.
In Overcoming Unforgiveness: A Comprehensive Guide to Forgive for Life you will learn:
- The importance of forgiveness
- Understanding unforgiveness
- The fruits of unforgiveness
- It is better to forgive than to punish
- How forgiveness can strengthen relationships
- How to say good-bye to emotional triggers
- How forgiveness brings about mental stability
- And much, much more
You will also discover the nine steps necessary to forgive. These powerful steps will guide you from the stagnant, weighed-down thoughts and toxic emotion of unforgiveness. You will free yourself from reoccurring negative thoughts and emotions.
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- Anonymous User
Good book spoiled by the narrator
Lovely content but totally spoiled by the reader, he rushed through the chapters as though his main aim was to finish
- charlene palmer
Trite, no substance, horrible performance
This is probably the worst book I have ever listened to or read for that matter It had no substance whatsoever and the reader was in such a hurry to get the book done he had no windows. His acting ability is just completely pathetic I've never seen or heard such a horrible book. What in the world is this world coming to? Lack of scholarship, lack of talent. And I'm the kind of person who loves everybody's art, but not this guys work. Truly it's terrible.