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Perhaps the world's leading expert on forgiveness research, Everett Worthington distills decades of wisdom into 15 life-changing lectures.

The author or editor of more than 38 books on marriage, family, and forgiveness, Prof. Worthington received the Humanitarian Award from the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling. Now you can learn to practice his groundbreaking REACH Forgiveness model through these 15 engaging lectures.

At first glance, statements of forgiveness such as ""Love your enemies"" (Matthew 5:44) may seem paradoxical. But in recent decades, scientists have picked up where philosophers and theologians left off—confirming the many benefits that practicing forgiveness will bring you.

Studies show that the consistent practice of forgiveness reaps rewards to your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. On a larger scale, forgiveness is a central pillar in promoting peace among groups, organizations, and societies.

Drawing on his decades of experience in couples counseling and his prolific research on forgiveness, Prof. Worthington guides you in how to practice forgiveness. As Stephen Post, Ph.D., of Stony Brook University School of Medicine says, "Ev speaks from the heart and soul and mind with a special passion for what forgiveness brings to our lives. He has uplifted a generation."

Through this masterful course, you will acquire the tools to think both philosophically and practically about forgiveness. You'll find that the scientific approach to forgiveness will indelibly enrich your life and relationships.

Practicing Forgiveness: How to Forgive, Reconcile, and Restore Relationships Everett Worthington

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Perhaps the world's leading expert on forgiveness research, Everett Worthington distills decades of wisdom into 15 life-changing lectures.

The author or editor of more than 38 books on marriage, family, and forgiveness, Prof. Worthington received the Humanitarian Award from the Association for Spiritual, Ethical, and Religious Values in Counseling. Now you can learn to practice his groundbreaking REACH Forgiveness model through these 15 engaging lectures.

At first glance, statements of forgiveness such as ""Love your enemies"" (Matthew 5:44) may seem paradoxical. But in recent decades, scientists have picked up where philosophers and theologians left off—confirming the many benefits that practicing forgiveness will bring you.

Studies show that the consistent practice of forgiveness reaps rewards to your physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. On a larger scale, forgiveness is a central pillar in promoting peace among groups, organizations, and societies.

Drawing on his decades of experience in couples counseling and his prolific research on forgiveness, Prof. Worthington guides you in how to practice forgiveness. As Stephen Post, Ph.D., of Stony Brook University School of Medicine says, "Ev speaks from the heart and soul and mind with a special passion for what forgiveness brings to our lives. He has uplifted a generation."

Through this masterful course, you will acquire the tools to think both philosophically and practically about forgiveness. You'll find that the scientific approach to forgiveness will indelibly enrich your life and relationships.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Requires subscription and macOS 11.4 or higher

    Self-Forgiveness

    Self-Forgiveness

    Episode 13 of the 15-part podcast Practicing Forgiveness, published by Learn25.

    REACH Forgiveness

    REACH Forgiveness

    Episode 12 of the 15-part podcast Practicing Forgiveness, published by Learn25.

    Interventions

    Interventions

    Episode 11 of the 15-part podcast Practicing Forgiveness, published by Learn25.

    Societal Forgiveness

    Societal Forgiveness

    Episode 10 of the 15-part podcast Practicing Forgiveness, published by Learn25.

    Social Psychology of Forgiveness

    Social Psychology of Forgiveness

    Episode 9 of the 15-part podcast Practicing Forgiveness, published by Learn25.

    Consequences of Forgiveness

    Consequences of Forgiveness

    Episode 8 of the 15-part podcast Practicing Forgiveness, published by Learn25.

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