To lose your temper in traffic, or come home from work in a grumpy mood is one thing. You usually get over it quickly, as you should. But what about deeper-seated anger, or criticism, or self-centeredness? Can these be changed? And can that change mean more than just having a happier disposition? Does a change of character affect one's health? Our guests have found that it does. In fact, in each of the accounts that they share, they found that the healing of character was a key factor in their physical healing.
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