Book Review, “Moving Forward,” Everett Worthington, Author

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Moving Forward: Six Steps To Forgiving Yourself And Breaking Free From The Past, written by Everett L. Worthington Jr. is a book centered around the difficulties of forgiveness.

When you find yourself in need of a book dealing with forgiveness, you will notice a market flooded with options, but they pale in comparison to this publication by Dr. Worthington.

Dr. Worthington identifies six steps to forgiving, forgiving ourselves:
Receive God’s Forgiveness
Repair Relationships
Rethink Ruminations
Reach Emotional Self-forgiveness
Rebuild Self-acceptance
Resolve To live Virtuously

In utilizing these six steps and demonstrating the manner in which we are to move into and through forgiveness, Dr. Worthington cites the personal struggles he had as he weaved his way through dealing with the death of his mother and later his brother’s suicide. Dr. Worthington, through his words within this publication, will touch your heart and guide you into the power of forgiveness.

Because of the clear path within this publication, the path that demonstrates how to move from self-condemnation to self-acceptance, this book is highly recommended for anyone, anyone who is struggling or has ever struggled with forgiveness.

Dr. Jeff Krupinski

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