Robert Enright

Professor of Educational Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, and licensed psychologist, was the first to research forgiveness in the social sciences.

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The Risk of Throwing It All Over the Cliff……..and Then Learning How to Fly

by Robert Enright

Recovering Your Self-Esteem by Focusing on Others

by Robert Enright

The Paradox of “Bearing the Pain” When Hurt by Others

by Robert Enright

Finding Your Self-Worth by the Daily Practice of Seeing “Inherent Worth” in All

by Robert Enright

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