- Make compassion a way of life – including self-compassion
- Experience a new level of well being & fulfillment
- Seeking & granting forgiveness
Megan Feldman Bettencourt’s inspirational stories that can make you laugh out loud and cry, she shows us that giving up resentment has a profound physical, emotional, and mental impact on the way we live.
Megan met a father who forgave the man who killed his son, she was both moved and puzzled.
How did he do it?
Forgiveness has long been touted by religious leaders as a moral imperative.
But Megan wanted to know exactly what it means a perspective, how it plays out in various situations, and how to do it.
In a quest for answers, she visited people with remarkable tales of forgiveness across the country and around the world to the heart of Africa.
She also explored some dark chapters of her own past, and ended up on a surprising personal adventure.
By examining the stories of interpersonal and inter-group forgiveness, Megan explores how this age-old concept, when practiced in the right ways, can save lives and maybe even lead to a better world.
Triumph Of The Heart featured in Psychology Today, Salon, The Telegraph, PBS, The Daily Beast, The San Francisco Chronicle, HuffPo Women, and more than 20 radio shows, including nationally syndicated NPR and SiriusXM.
She has reported from many countries, and her journalism has appeared in publications including The San Francisco Chronicle, Psychology Today, Salon, The Miami Herald, The Daily Beast, Glamour, Newsday, Southwest: The Magazine, 5280: The Denver Magazine, The Dallas Observer, LA Weekly….
She speaks frequently on how forgiveness, when practiced in the right ways, can enhance not only individual health and well being, but the collective health and productivity of our schools, agencies and companies.
A profound and insightful pathway to using this age-old concept as a modern and accessible practice to enhance individual health and well being, work performance and productivity, interpersonal relationships and global relations.
Megan diffuses and even prevent conflict through effective apology and forgiveness.
She brings practical tools that any school, organization or nation can use to build consensus and collaboration.
Books by Megan Feldman Bettencourt