Healing from Shame

March 15th 2017 No comments yet  

open handsSpecial thanks go to Dr. Andi Thacker, assistant professor of Biblical counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary, for contributing this article. 

As soon as the words came out of my mouth, I felt regret. Stressors piled up and got the best of me, and now I heaped those uncontrollable frustrations upon someone I love. My loved one melted under a barrage of words, and, instantly, I too felt flooded with emotion. Too often this is an experience that characterizes many of our relational interactions. We inflict damage upon those we love …

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