Ten People You May Wish to Forgive Now FF Blog Article by Connie Domino.
With more veterans returning home, we are hearing more about the invisible wound of the veteran, especially PTSD. In the previous article, Veterans, PTSD, and Unforgivable Experiences, I mentioned about moral injury as a very possible precursor to PTSD. Thus Forgiveness … Read More
Dr. Charles Figley, who I quote in my book, is one of the foremost authorities on the effects of trauma and PTSD. He notes the following characteristics in the person with PTSD: Re-experiences the most traumatic aspects of the event many … Read More
“A group of mental health experts is giving a name to the guilt and remorse troops feel when they see or do bad things during war: moral injury. They say failure to recognize and acknowledge exposure to military or civilian … Read More
Here is an article on Jim’s Forgiveness in Politics article, by Steen Miles – DeKalb County ,GA. Find the May 21, 2010 version of the The Champion Free Press here.
Here is a link to Dr. Jim’s latest press release. June 25. 2010 http://newsblaze.com/story/20100624113451zzzz.nb/topstory.html
From Dr. Dincalci’s book, How to Forgive When You Can’t: The Breakthrough Guide to Power Forgiveness for Healing Upsets: In discussing his book, By The River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept: A Novel Of Forgiveness, the famed author, Paulo … Read More
By Michael Berkes, PhD, MBA, Retired Psychology Professor
Almost from birth, most of us are bombarded with criticisms about our looks, character, worth, errors, weaknesses, what we should not have done, what we should have done and did not do, or did, but could have done better. The list of such “constructive” criticism from our elders is endless.