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Book Recommendation- Forgiving Ourselves: Getting Back Up When We Let Ourselves Down
By paul
8/2/2011 11:32:11 AM
I have recently started reading this book and wanted to make sure others were aware of it also.

It is written by Wendy Ulrich, an LDS therapist with a solid and thorough understanding of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. She was one of the guest speakers at BYU's Cyber Secrets week and has extensive experience dealing with those recovering from addiction. Her husband recently served as the Mission President in Montreal.

Anyway, it is a very good book.

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Good book    
"Such a great book. Here is a link to a video where she talks about another book she authored. Weakness is not Sin.

http://deseretbook.com/Weakness-Not-Sin-Liberating-Distinction-Awakens-Our-Strengths-Wendy-Ulrich/i/5021780"
posted at 19:21:12 on August 2, 2011 by rachp


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"Now, my brothers and sisters, let not Jesus’ redemption for us stop at the immortalizing dimension of the Atonement, “the loosing of the bands of death”. Let us grasp the proffered gift of eternal life! We will end up either choosing Christ’s manner of living or His manner of suffering! It is either “suffer even as I”, or overcome “even as [He] … overcame”. His beckoning command is to become “even as I am”. The spiritually settled accept that invitation, and “through the atonement of Christ,” they become and overcome! "

— Neal A. Maxwell

General Conference May 1987