Insights born from firsthand experience of disastrous life choices transformed by grace Many Christians live with a sense of guilt, but it doesn?t need to be that way. Life isn't straightforward and is often tough. Things get messed up and we've all fallen short. Don't Beat Yourself Up informs us how we can interpret and accept the past, negotiate and enjoy the present, and remain optimistic for the future. Tania Bright reveals how to develop a habit of loving, forgiving, and being kind to ourselves. She teaches us to embrace both our own and others' failures and fears, and to see them differently. We are never beyond redemption or beyond the love and grace of God. Quite the opposite: He forgives and He offers kindness. The failures are an opportunity to learn. Tackling a range of subjects more often characterized by pain than kindness?shame, difficult relationships, loss, addiction, injustice?Tania Bright offers a sense of relief to those who live with the nagging sense that life hasn't gone right and that they're not up to what God and the world around them would expect. So, if it's been tough, if you?ve blown it, don?t beat yourself up . . . Instead, breathe. Then ask, what did I learn?
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