In If It Hurts, It Isn't Love, author Chuck Spezzano finds truth in simple insights: What I think I need is what I am called to give. Depression is the fear that something new will leave me. When someone gets angry at me, there is a lesson for me to learn. Jealousy is a birthing place. These principles show how to look afresh at one's most important relationships, in a way that heals pain and brings love and forgiveness. After each principle, the author gives brief exercises that nudge readers further, prompting them to absorb the insights even more deeply.
About the Author
Chuck Spezzano, Ph.D., is a highly successful seminar and workshop leader, author, lecturer, visionary leader, and the co-founder of the Psychology of Vision, an international training organization. He is the author of many other books, including If It Hurts, It Isn't Love and The Enlightenment Pack. He lives in Hawaii.