I enjoyed this book. It offered some great insight about forgiving parents from dysfunctional families, particularly those who do not admit their role in the dysfunction. The author was very authentic and approached the subjected with realistic advice. The author recognizes that forgives is not easy and that sometimes we have to re-forgive. He also recognizes that even though we forgive we may still feel hurt by the past. He lets the reader know that having the conflicted feelings is OK. His best advice is to forgive ourselves as well.
A worthwhile read for anyone who wants to forgive and heal!