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Healing conversations touch our brokenness and suffering. They are real. When they happen we know it immediately, and we are grateful.
On the road to Emmaus, Jesus joined two hurting men on their path, walked with them, and asked questions. He revealed things to them about himself and themselvesboth through the Scriptures and through the way he walked and talked with them. By the end of the conversation, their hearts were on fire.
In Real Talk, Mark Good shares valuable tools he has used successfully for decades in counseling individuals and familiesskills that help us slow down, come alongside others, and communicate in meaningful ways. Using Real Talks four perspectives and three skills equips us to help people settle, articulate what is happening inside them, and face some of the broken ways they are living. Many have found that Real Talk builds caring relationships, where hearts get mended and personal growth happens. It enables others to make better decisions, discover new ways to include Jesus in their lives, and deepen their enjoyment of people and life.
Clinicians and lay counselors are using Dr. Goods Real Talk as part of biblically grounded therapy. Its also for parents, pastors, teachers, and anyone who desires to have constructive heart-to-heart conversations and love others well.