Getting Past What You'll Never Get Over Paperback
Help for Dealing with Life's Hurts
by John F. Westfall;
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Getting Past What You'll Never Get Over
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Getting Past What You'll Never Get Over by John F. Westfall was published by Baker in November 2012 and is our 39715th best seller. The ISBN for Getting Past What You'll Never Get Over is 9780800720636.
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Westfall has an alternative for dealing with pain and heartacheTaina Lagodzinski, Booklist.
Westfall has an alternative for those grappling with the ?rub some dirt on it? approach to dealing with pain and heartache. Rather than suffer the dual insult of a painful experience and the inability to get over it, he suggests that we become comfortable with the permanence of our wounds in order to truly come to terms with them. The founding pastor of Seattle?s Harbor Church, Westfall walks readers through discussions on fear, bitterness, and other negative emotions that bind us to past angst, in an easy, approachable manner. He draws upon a host of personal experiences culled from his own life and those of his family members and friends to paint intimate portraits of how life?s hurts and disappointments can stymie us, and how to make peace with them. Westfall is always careful to draw the reader?s attention back to scripture and its usefulness in emotional problem solving, but he does so in a way that won?t scare off more secular readers. For those seeking a gentle, faith-based approach to coping with trauma, this volume is just the thing.
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Details for Getting Past What You'll Never Get Over
|Page last updated||24th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||John F. Westfall|
|Publisher||Baker (November 2012)|
|Number of Pages||224|