Show 012: Dr. Robert Enright

December 15th, 2012

Holding a grudge? Unable to let go of some past hurt? Many relationships suffer the continuous strain of anger, depression and resentment for the past injuries that they carry around with them. Don’t miss this truly healing conversation about the power of forgiveness with Dr. Robert Enright who has been called the father of forgiveness research. Author of The Forgiving Life,, he shares his research about the healing powers of forgiving which demonstrates a significant increase in physical, mental and emotional health. In fact, forgiveness creates a new way to remember. Through transforming the bitter memories of our past into a hope for our future we are able to open to the present. Don’t miss the practical advice and insightful wisdom that has the power to change your most painful relationships. Here is a resolution you don’t want to miss, open the door to releasing the pain from your past and see how good it feels.

Dr. Robert Enright has been conducting social science research on forgiveness and forgiveness education since 1985. His meticulous validation of his scientific procedures has put him in the forefront of the science of forgiveness. Time magazine has called him “the forgiveness trailblazer.” The Los Angeles Times said Dr. Enright is “the guru of what many are calling a new science of forgiveness.” He is a founding member of the International Forgiveness Institute, Inc. in Madison. He is the author of over 100 publications, including four books: Exploring Forgiveness, Helping Clients Forgive, Forgiveness Is a Choice, and a children’s book, Rising above the Storm Clouds. He has been a leader in the scientific study of forgiveness and its effects since 1985. His work on the subject has appeared in Time, McCall’s, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, the Chicago Tribune, and the Los Angeles Times. He has appeared on ABC’s 20/20, NBC’s Nightly News, and many other television and radio shows. Currently, Dr. Enright is working on forgiveness education programs for primary school children in Milwaukee’s central-city and Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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