Isn’t it better to eliminate depression first, by psychotherapeutic means other than forgiveness, in a client prior to initiating forgiveness therapy?
Traditional psychotherapies are not necessarily as effective as forgiveness therapy. Therefore, it is best, in my opinion, to engage the client in forgiveness therapy, if this is chosen by the client. The depression then can lessen as the person continues on the forgiveness path.
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