The Psychology of Forgiveness
I've been a practicing psychologist in an outpatient setting for over two decades. I run into eight conditions almost every day (addictions, anxiety, ADHD/learning disabilities, assertiveness, children’s behaviors, mood disorders, relationships and self-esteem).
This ebook is about Forgiveness. Like Procrastination and Guilt, Forgiveness significantly is a deep form of ambivalence and it negatively affects behavior, even though you won't find it in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Illness. If you are reading this, chances are either you or someone you know is struggling with not being able to forgive.
I write about issues I see in the office as an outpatient psychologist, and Forgiveness, or lack thereof, is HUGE. It seems to be central to so many other problems, and related to dozens of others beyond those. It turns out Forgiveness plays a significant role in establishing mental equilibrium--read Mental Health. It interacts with anxiety and addictions, underlies procrastination and guilt, powers up assertiveness, immeasurably improves relationships, helps parents cope with kid's and teen's behaviors, lightens mood and greatly improves self-esteem.
How could this one "condition" do all that? Well, that's the subject of this ebook. See my website for details: