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February 28, 2014

Dr. John Westerdahl Interviews Dr. Dick Tibbits – Author of “Forgive To Live – How Forgiveness Can Save Your Life”

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Dr. John Westerdahl Interviews Dr. Dick Tibbits – Author of Forgive To Live – How Forgiveness Can Save Your Life

 

Today on Health & Longevity, Dr. John Westerdahl features guest Dr. Dick Tibbits – Author of Forgive To Live – How Forgiveness Can Save Your Life. Dr. Dick Tibbits has worked in the field of behavioral and spiritual health for over 30 years and has assisted thousands of people in achieving whole-person health and healing.  He holds a doctoral degree in psychology and a masters degree in theology.  Dr. Tibbits is recognized nationally as an expert in the areas of stress and anger management and in using forgiveness in health and healing.  Dr. Tibbits discusses how the emotion of anger can contribute to illness, disease and premature death.  He describes how the healing power of forgiveness can contribute to health, disease prevention and longevity.

 

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Dr. Dick Tibbits, Author, Behavioral & Spiritual Health Expert

Dr. John Wes­t­er­dahl, PhD, MPH, RD, CNS
Dr. John Wes­t­er­dahl, PhD, MPH, RD, CNS

 


About Forgive to Live

In this book – drawn from his groundbreaking research and popular “Forgive to Live” seminars – Tibbits reveals the clinically proven steps and tools every person needs to uncover their grievance story, eliminate the unresolved anger that they can and can’t see, and forgive for good. He also delivers self-tests and activities to help readers measure their progress and ultimately enjoy a long and anger-free life.

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