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The theory of compensation

By Dave Henning / October 19, 2016

In Chapter 13 (“Snowy Day”) of Chase the Lion, Mark Batterson notes that Alfred Adler proposed his counterintuitive theory of compensation around 1900.  The famed psychologist believed perceived disadvantages often come costumed as well-disguised advantages.  Dr. Adler put forth his premise that  perceived disadvantages force us to develop attitudes and abilities that lie beneath our surface.  […]

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