In this brief editorial, Jay Adams discusses the topic of self-pity. He proposes that it is the combination of two elements: malice and envy. Adams uses this understanding to help counselors gain perspective on those who struggle with self-pity.
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Each of us has personal and interpersonal struggles. Jesus Christ knows those struggles, cares about strugglers, and enters in. We see him bring about significant change in people’s lives every day. This passion for Christ’s relevance in counseling is our heritage and heartbeat.