78b) I See, I Feel, I Learn

There has been a lot of feedback and encouragement around Mark's recent reconciliation incident discussed in Episode 77b). So this week, Mark reflects further and shares the method he used to bring it about - to "put my offender in my shoes" for a few minutes.

You'll learn about:

  • the difference between "wanting him to feel how I felt" and "wanting him to feel what I felt,"
  • why it's important to circumvent the "left, logic brain" in writing a victim impact statement,
  • how to create a three-part, "I see, I feel, I learn" rubric and why it's powerful and effective.

Get today's episode, and look forward to next week's Episode 79 (and something totally different) with Back to the Bible Canada's Dr. John Neufeld and an email with your free transcript resource!


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