Dealing With Hurtful Behavior In Relationships

Video lecture series by Dr. Mark W. Baker

Why Do Good People Do Bad Things?

This is the first of three lectures on the subject of dealing with hurtful behavior in our most important relationships. In this first lecture Dr. Baker addresses the psychological defense mechanism of denial and explains how good people of high moral values can act out of character at times. The damage caused from betrayal, dishonesty and selfishness in our most trusted relationships can take a lifetime to heal. Learn why others have surprised you with their bad behavior, and some reasons why you may have acted out of character yourself in the past.
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Why Do Good People Have Affairs?

In this lecture Dr. Baker addresses the epidemic in our society of affairs in marriage. It is estimated that 40% of men and 25% of women have affairs and the damage caused to American homes by their infidelity can not be calculated. Learn why good people have affairs, what the signs are and what you can do about it if it has happened to you. Few people set out to have affairs and almost everyone who has one believes it is wrong, which is why we need to be aware of the danger signs and protect our marriages now more than ever.
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How to Forgive Yourself and Others

The final lecture in this three part series is on forgiveness. If you have been hurt by others you trust or if you have hurt them, then you need to understand the powerful tool of forgiveness. This lecture will explain the difference between forgiveness and reconciliation, and how to do the hard work of repairing deep injuries in our important relationships. The lecture ends with a discussion of how to forgive the hardest person on earth to forgive: yourself.
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