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
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