From Crisis to Connection: Dr. Wendy Ulrich - Why is forgiveness so difficult? - Episode 48Jan 01, 2020
I interview Dr. Wendy Ulrich, author and therapist, on the subject of forgiveness. We discuss the challenges of forgiving others, especially when there have been serious betrayals. We discuss:
- Why forgiveness is such a sensitive topic
- How forgiveness is different than trust
- How forgiveness benefits the injured/betrayed person
- What makes it hard for betrayed people to forgive
- What a betrayed person can do to begin the forgiveness process
You can find Dr. Ulrich's books and workshops here:
Wendy Ulrich, Ph.D., M.B.A., has been a psychologist in private practice, president of the Association of Mormon Counselors and Psychotherapists, and a visiting professor at Brigham Young University-Provo. She founded Sixteen Stones Center for Growth, which offers seminar-retreats for Latter-day Saint women and their loved ones (see sixteenstones.net). Her books include Let God Love You; Weakness Is Not Sin; Habits of Happiness; The Temple Experience; Forgiving Ourselves; and national best-seller The Why of Work, coauthored with her husband, Dave Ulrich.
Geoff has also created audio and video courses to help support individuals and couples in marriage, addiction, and betrayal trauma recovery at www.geoffsteurer.com/store
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