Neither Give Place is a book written with hurting people in mind. It explores the issue of emotional pain in the life of an average person, discussing the origin of that pain as a residual effect of one's unforgiveness and the consequent bitterness evolving from conflicts with others. It enlarges on the sources, reasons, and choices involved in unforgiveness. Building on the concept of how unresolved conflicts become entrenched in memory, it expands on how those memories will rise up at unpredictable times and in ways to affect the various relationships one has in life. It teaches the scriptural processes involved in forgiveness. The seventeen chapters provide illustrations from personal ministry experiences, an abundant use of scriptural references, plus illustrated graphics to illuminate the various issues addressed.