Forgiveness and the Healing Process: A Central Therapeutic Concern

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Index

a
AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) 103
abandonment 72 , 82
abortion 34
abuse 1 , 40 , 42 , 43 , 59 , 63 , 131 ;
childhood 47 , 64 , 70 , 92 , 152 , 153 , 161 , 169 ;
emotional 45 ;
physical 2 , 45 ;
sexual 2 , 5 , 64 , 100 , 125 , 132 , 156 , 158
acceptance 2 , 48 , 51 , 54 , 70 , 155 ;
discrete stage of 56 ;
non-judgemental 82 ;
potential for 18
accidents 17 , 54 ;
medical 52 , 55 -6, 59 , 62 -3, 64
adolescence 28
affairs 79 - 80 , 81 , 84
affect 24 , 84
affirmation 144
aggression 46 , 120 ;
passive 53 ;
recovering 26
agreement 71 ;
mutual 72
Ali, M.A. 15
allegiance 132
allowances 63
altruism 26
ambition 20
ambivalence 52 , 133 , 154
amnesty 129 , 135 , 136 , 138 , 139 , 140 , 147
ANC (African National Congress) 133 , 138 , 145
Anderson, A. 23 , 61 , 172
anger 10 , 17 , 22 , 25 , 43 , 46 , 48 , 60 , 72 , 114 , 116 , 118 , 120 , 142 ;
challenging beliefs without provoking 41 ;
crime victims 106 ;
denial or repression of 77 ;
dissipating 36 ;
guilt alternated with 58 ;
harsh material conditions exacerbate 138 ;
intense 141 ;
justifiable 123 ;
letting go of 56 , 61 , 62 ;
natural to feel 57 ;
pressure to deny 54 ;
renouncing 12 ;
rising tide of 137 ;
sharing 27 , 45 ;
turning to resentment 155 ;
uncontrollable 23 ;
underlying 78 ;
using, to protect against pain 47
anger management 109
animosity 81
anxiety 29 , 44
apartheid 128 , 129 , 131 , 138 , 141 , 146 , 148 ;
resistance against 147
apathy 147
apologies 5 , 62 , 63 , 64 , 72 , 73 , 88 , 141 -3, 165 ;
half-hearted 13 ;
individuals to organisations 93 ;
sincere 4 ;
superficial 84
appeasement 12 , 65
approval 139 ;
parental 145
Arendt, H. 95
Argentina 135
Arnold, A. 3
assassination 3
assault 114 ;
aggravated 111 ;
serious 115 ;
sexual 115 ;
vicious 109 ;
young female 106

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