Synopses & Reviews
A profound resource for psychology, spiritual direction, and pastoral integration. Renowned author May discusses the role of self-compassion and self-care in mental health. In this new edition, he also adds material on the intersection of psychology and spirituality, with expanded discussions of trust, solitude, and prayer.
"Dr. May reminds us that human beings are not objects to be fixed or improved. We need to quit worrying about who we are, to relax and be our natural selves; to accept our craziness, to find love rather than build it." —Publishers Weekly
In new chapters Dr.May talks about his own journey along the trail connecting psychology and spirituality during the past seventeen years, and offers fresh new insights on trust, solitude, and prayer.