Institute for Radical Forgiveness Slashes Prices to Provide Affordable Self-Help During Difficult Times

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Self-help becomes cheaper during current economic climate.

During these tough economic times, the Atlanta-based Institute for Radical Forgiveness Therapy and Coaching Inc. has proven that it truly has a heart by announcing its plan to reduce prices by more than 50% effective January 2, 2009.

Colin Tipping, Institute founder and director, says, "If we can help people in need of a way to find the spiritual strength to carry them through these difficult times by dramatically lowering our prices during the recession, we will do it. We must all pull together and help each other.

'Radical Forgiveness' is like ordinary forgiveness on steroids. It introduces a totally new and liberating way of seeing how life works that allows for the release of blame, resentment, sadness and hopelessness, and promotes peace and a strikingly positive viewpoint."

Using this concept, Tipping and his team have provided proven self-help strategies and spiritual guidance to countless individuals via a series of popular workshops, books, DVDs and online programs for many years. These include methods to deal effectively with severe loss, emotional stress, relationship problems, emotionally based health problems and financial crises--all things that may have become exacerbated by the problems many are facing today.

"People going through very difficult and challenging times are precisely those who would find great solace and practical assistance in all that we have to offer," adds Tipping, the bestselling author of such noted works as Radical Forgiveness: Making Room for the Miracle and Getting to Heaven on a Harley: A Radical Karma Workbook.

In addition to its offering of books, online programs and other media, the Institute for Radical Forgiveness provides one-on-one coaching and a variety of workshops, all designed to help individuals cope better with life as it unfolds and enable them to create new opportunities for themselves and their families.

For more information about The Institute for Radical Forgiveness, please visit http://www.RadicalForgiveness.com or contact Shari Claire at 972-202-9926.

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