Forgiving Yourself | Why You Must, How You Can (Lauer & Lauer)
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Forgiving yourself can be the most difficult kind of forgiveness to practice, yet not forgiving yourself can be corrosive to your well-being. Self-forgiveness is a corollary to God’s forgiveness.
Forgiving Yourself: Why You Must, How You Can, outlines steps we can take to allow God’s forgiveness into our lives and relationships. Filled with stories, examples, and encouragement, it dispels some common myths about self-forgiveness. Robert and Jeanette Lauer pave the way for the reality that self-forgiveness is an act of love toward yourself.
About the Authors
Robert H. Lauer and Jeanette C. Lauer received their Ph.Ds from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri. They have written numerous articles published in religious and popular magazines, including Psychology Today, Self, Family Weekly, Ladies' Home Journal, Readers' Digest, and Marriage Partnership. Together they are co-authors of 18 books.
Paperback: 144 pages (5.5 x 8.5 in.)