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Forgiveness 101

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  1. Ray says:

    Thank you for this post. I’m still not fully forgiving in my situation. Not sure I ever will be, but you have detailed some wonderful advice here. Thank you. Love you blog, btw. You are helping a lot of folks here. Me, being one of them.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I found that this post has come at the right time for me, because it’s something that I’m struggling with. It has been a year and a half since my world changed forever. I want to forgive so that I can move on with my life and not be held captive by his actions, but it is still really hard to do. I hope that more time and healing with help me with the process

  3. Hurt and disappointment have piled up so high. I envisioned forgiveness at the bottom, underneath so that I have to process all of the bad stuff to get to it. But, I’m learning I need to find the forgiveness as the tool to process the pile of stuff or to make it melt away. I think your point of taking time is most important. But, the point of removing the ego mades the hurt double. I can remove the ego and see that his actions were about his character, his selfish needs and not about me. Then, the double-whammy of pain hits as I realize, he didn’t love me enough to think of me in that process. It hurts that his decisions, his actions were not about me. It crushes me. All my decisions had been about him, or partly about him, our future. Yes, forgiveness is out there under a rock somewhere.

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