“Imperfect Forgiveness; The Miracle of Releasing Hurt Bit by Bit! makes for easy reading and the comprehension of complex concepts. It will guide you to take the process of forgiveness into the drama of everyday life as well as clear up whatever may haunt you from the past. This unique book will inspire you to feel good about yourself, despite any hurt you may have endured!”
-Romeo T. Bachand, Jr., M.D., Ph.D., F.C.P., Chief Scientific Officer, Senior Vice President, Auxilium Pharmaceuticals Inc.
“This book fulfills its promise. It outlines a step-by-step path to support the thinking person’s path to forgiveness. It is a must read and follow for everyone dedicated to a thoughtful approach to recovering from life’s injuries.”
-Kerry Parsons: Rebuilding International Inc.
“Alice, I like the way you express ideas and concepts. There is a no nonsense punch to your delivery that really catches my attention. I am proud that one of the participants from my course has had the courage to offer this valuable information on forgiveness. It will have a positive impact on the world. Thanks dear friend.”
-George Addair, Founder, Omega Vector Program Phoenix, Arizona
“I have read and used a good deal of your book and found it both rewarding and inspirational. It’s a tool that I have not found elsewhere that is so focused on the kinds of issues millions of people have as yet ignored. The wisdom of the narrative is well thought out and not overly done with wordy prose. Bravo! I plan on quoting from your book and continuing to refer to it when I need guidance.”
-Jude Randazzo, Consultant and Author of The Golden Cocoon, Ownership Thinking, Denver, Colorado
“As a psychologist, I know firsthand how devastating the effects that fears, anger, and resentment can have on a person’s life. I recommend this book, Imperfect Forgiveness: The Miracle of Releasing Hurt Bit by Bit!, to anyone who wants to take healing steps towards releasing toxic emotions.”
-Janet Mackenzie, Psychologist
“Alice Wheaton wrote a book that teaches us not only how to forgive but how to be in relationships with a high level of integrity and connection. Forgiveness is the keystone to peace and happiness.”
-Chris Charron, Entrepreneur
“Through reading Imperfect Forgiveness; the Miracle of Releasing Hurt Bit by Bit! I have come to realize that forgiveness is an ongoing process that calms my way and lightens my load. If you own this book you will refer to it many times throughout your lifetime.”
-Gary McKelvie, Senior Account Manager, Commercial Real Estate
“Alice provides practical steps that help people gain inner peace. The more we have of inner peace the higher our vibration. Consequently, the more of the good things we will attract into our life. I appreciate her straight forward style and the sincere heart behind it...”
-Jannette Anderson, President, Chief Marketing Strategist, Positive Results
“I really enjoyed your concept of learning to find compassion for the person who has wronged us as a step towards forgiveness. I think that if we all were humble enough to realize that we are not perfect and need others to forgive us that perhaps we could then realize the importance of forgiving others. If we can’t forgive, how can we expect to be forgiven?”
-Janice M. Elmquist, Lawyer, Calgary, Alberta
“Too often people let betrayal and its consequential hurt, anger and resentment eat away at them. Wheaton offers a sound process to give relief. Forgivers live with freedom and peace. I will be recommending this book to my clients and those lost in blame.”
-Patricia Morgan, Counselor, Speaker and author of the bestseller, Love Her as She Is: Lessons From A Daughter Stolen By Addictions
“Alice has offered a workable and real process for forgiving others. Following her process allows us to be who we are inside and to make the world a happier place.”
-Rosemary Walter, Mosaic Marketing Management, Inc., Arlington Heights, Illinois
Alice Wheaton has dedicated her life to bringing out the best in others. After graduating with a BScN, she worked as an intensive care nurse for six years. Afterwards, Alice turned her pursuits to business.
Like all of us, Alice has experienced hurt and disappointment in relationships. Instead of feeling the typical progress of hurt, anger, and resentment, she made a choice to forgive early and forgive often. She developed an effective method of approaching forgiveness by releasing anger and resentment to create peace within and she did this in stages.
Alice is a bestselling author with books translated into ten languages. She is a professional speaker and trainer, providing programs that help others create new opportunities and achieve challenging goals. Her work has taken her to Scandinavia, the Pacific Rim, Latin America, and across the US and Canada.