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Heal the Hurt That Sabotages Your Life

Narrated by: Bill Ferguson
Length: 2 hrs and 17 mins
4 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)
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Ultimately, all of our suffering and all of our self-sabotaging behavior are the result of hidden core issues from the past. These issues are created by the automatic avoidance of a very specific hurt. When these issues get triggered, they produce a state of fear and upset that destroys love and forces us to act in a way that sabotages our lives.

Finding and healing this hurt is one of the most important things you can ever do. This book will show you how. The author of this book was featured on Oprah.

©2004 Bill Ferguson (P)2004 Bill Ferguson

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Helpful book for healing

Excellent ideas to do the work of overcoming old attitudes, hurts, and experiences that have held us back

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its ok

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

He just repeats himself in all 3 of his books....I kept wondering if i accidentally went back on the audio book but he is just saying the same thing exactly the same way later on...

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I don't agree with the concept of having the same

I don't agree with the concept of owning what we dislike in others because we also are like what we dont like alot them. I don't think that always applies.