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Forgiveness as a method of (self)healing: a procedural-psychological analysis
Forgiveness as a method of (self)healing: a procedural-psychological analysis

Author(s): Narcisa Loredana Posteuca-Esi
Subject(s): Philosophy, Social Sciences, Education, Psychology, Epistemology, Semiology, Ethics / Practical Philosophy, Aesthetics, Social Philosophy, Communication studies, Sociology, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Education
Published by: Association of Social and Educational Innovation (ASEI)
Keywords: forgiveness; therapy; counseling; coping; stress management; self-healing;

Summary/Abstract: Modern psychological approaches include forgiveness as a landmark in the healing process, considering that its benefits do not resume to mind comfort, but it also address to emotional, relational, social and general health issues. Therefore, this paper aims to analyze the role of forgiveness as a coping mechanism, but also as a major focus point when dealing with healing strategies. This analytic approach intends to offer a clarified overview concerning the dimensions that forgiveness enact in human life, but also its role and functions within the acceptance – rebalance – reconciliation strategies. Moreover, incorporating this concept in guided healing and self-healing depends on the experimental evidences, but also on a good understanding forgiveness as a process, but also as a final or intermediary objective in therapy is required.

  • Issue Year: 7/2020
  • Issue No: 14
  • Page Range: 76-82
  • Page Count: 7
  • Language: English