By Kent Hoffman
What we were never told about why we suffer and how to live with tenderness
Based on forty years of clinical experience as a psychotherapist, three decades of research regarding child development, and his own personal struggle, Kent Hoffman offers this free multi-media digital book. He takes you through an eighty-seven minute journey that is both intense and painful, but in the end, inviting both trust and a sense of peace for those who struggle internally. The shift can be from: “I think I’m alone in this pain,” to “Others feel this way,” to “My suffering makes sense and I have new options I didn’t quite recognize before.”
Read the entire book here.
Also, see Kent’s TEDx talk, Infinite Worth
A personal, surprising, and heart-warming book wherein two spiritual masters of our time advance the central questions of life and faith…
The Way of Silence embraces paradox: absence versus presence in silence. Dynamic tranquility. The all-oneness of aloneness. Humbly, trusting in God, you’ll practice emptying your mind in order to receive wisdom, insight, and understanding.
Abundant research has shown that mental health is every bit as vital to wellbeing as physical health, and yet our emotional struggles can make us feel isolated and/or ashamed. These “secondary” feelings only compound our challenges. Our longings for contentment and happiness can feel overwhelming, especially if we have no roadmap. The following is a list of books — “roadmaps,” if you like, which we have found enlightening, affirming, or helpful, and for which we are grateful.
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