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Healing Interpersonal Wounds A Radical Approach

For everyone, including mental and spiritual-health professionals.

We’re all struggling to forgive someone—an unfaithful partner, an addicted parent, a thankless child or sibling. Relationship wounds often leave us feeling emotionally raw. Using instruction and role-playing exercises, this program teaches you how to

  • De-shame the injury
  • Release bitter preoccupation with its injustice
  • Forge an appropriate relationship with your offender (from cutting off to fully engaging with that person)
  • Restore a sense of dignity—with or without forgiving

Those who have hurt others learn concrete acts of repair to earn forgiveness from those they’ve violated, and from themselves. This includes offering non-defensive apologies and taking a fair share of responsibility for what went wrong.

Come alone, with the person who hurt you, or with a friend. You’re invited to participate as much or as little as feels comfortable.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
Suitable For
Program Theme
Relationships and Sexuality


Janis Abrahms Spring, PhD, is a nationally acclaimed expert on issues of trust, intimacy, and forgiveness, and author of How Can I Forgive You?

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