Dr. David Hawkins explains the difference between real guilt, false guilt, shame, and conviction, bringing these hidden feelings into the light and demonstrating how they can reveal the true causes of emotional pain. He demonstrates that feelings of gu read more
Depression in men—even Christian men—has reached epidemic proportions. Though clouded by secrecy and denial, depression can powerfully shape a man's personality. He may talk and act in ways that baffle the woman in his life and leave h read more
Commitment. To many men this is a scary word—to the women who love them, it is a goal many fear their man will never attain. With empathy and insight, Dr. Hawkins uncovers the telltale signs of commitment failure, why the problem exists, and read more
Dr. David Hawkins uncovers the hidden reasons why couples may be hurting emotionally. He offers practical steps couples can take to heal their hurt and lays out a plan for preventing needless pain in the future.
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Communication is an art. Couples thrive when they learn to listen deeply, understand completely, and validate one another compassionately. They are happier when they honestly share their perspectives and feelings, learn to disagree, and trust one an read more
Singles who have never been married and those who have suffered a divorce or the loss of their mate through death are faced with a challenge: When love comes their way, will they be ready? What does that readiness look like? Clinical psychologist an read more
"Energy in motion"—that's how clinical psychologist David Hawkins describes emotions. Hawkins, author of When Pleasing Others Is Hurting You, shows how emotions can help readers discern what is most important, determine what is missing in th read more
Nearly all couples experience seasons of relational stress. But as clinical psychologist David Hawkins shows, these times are predictable and manageable. In fact, they can even lead to positive changes and renewed growth.
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Addiction is a rapidly growing problem among Christians and non–Christians alike. Even socially acceptable behaviors, such as shopping, eating, working, playing, and exercising, can quietly take over. Clinical psych read more
A fresh new cover introduces the proven principles in this popular title—more than 75,000 copies sold—to a new group of readers.
Christians are called to be servants. But people who forfeit their God-given calling and identity in read more
Why do youths commit crimes? Delinquency and Crime contains essays by nine leading criminologists that seek to answer this question by describing current theories of crime and the research evidence that supports them. The read more
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