Drawing on his own positive and negative experiences, he offers specific steps to rid yourself of relationship regrets, open your heart to healing, and move forward in love. Arterburn's practical counsel shows you how to recognize the signs and qualities of both happy and unhappy relationships, admit guilt and accept responsibility, find and give forgiveness, set boundaries, love and give out of fullness, and much more.
This is your invitation to, with God's help, rid yourself of relationship regrets and begin building healthy, guilt-free relationships. Will you accept it? The choice is yours.
The title and the sample clip led me to believe the book discussed regrets from a broad perspective and provided suggestions for dealing with regrets. Instead, the book is primarily about relationship-related regrets and related scriptures. I do have relationship-related regrets. However, I have equally oppressive regrets about choices I made in other areas of my life, e.g. finances, career, health, behavior, college choice, etc. Therefore, a book that primarly addresses only one area of my life is of little use to me. If the title had accurately reflected the book's contents, I would not have selected it. Instead, I would have saved my credit for a book more suitable for my needs.