A Case Study in Identifying Manipulative Repentance
Not everyone who cries is sorry. Saying, “I know I’m not perfect,” is not the same thing as saying, “I know I was wrong.” Often destructive relationships are perpetuated because the offended person feels obligated to accept manipulative repentance as if it were genuine repentance. In this webinar, we will consider a case study where helping a counselee discern how to respond when the repentance of someone close to them gives indications of being manipulative.
The Summit Church Counseling Team