Be Who You Are and book review

Psychological and Spiritual Maturity, Despite our fallen natures, we have the ability, through the solid Christian understanding of the human person —body and soul— how we can rise above it all,maturing as a process, notes of psychological and spiritual maturity: authenticity and happiness, autonomy, self-esteem, good life or virtuous life, coherence, dialogue, empathy, family life, belonging to a group, identity


Developing your Christian Personality


           Wenceslao Vial (Ed.)

            Scepter, New York

As St. Catherine of Siena so aptly stated, "Be who God meant you to be and you will set the world on fire!" 


Despite our fallen natures, we have the ability, through the solid Christian understanding of the human person—body and soul—how we can rise above it all.

To be happier in a more coherent life, to acquire a greater empathy with those around us. 


The authors guide us towards spiritual maturity, by teaching us how to improve one's personality, self-esteem, and virtue, without imitating models that distract us from our own identity. We learn how to live a happier and more coherent life, and how to acquire greater empathy with others—especially with our own family members and those in our immediate environment.

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