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Lessons From the End of a Marriage

A “How to Thrive” Guide After Divorce

Forgiving Yourself

I’ve done some dumb things.  Some things I’m not proud of. And some that I’m embarrassed about.   I’ve made bad decisions. Followed by worse ones. And held tightly to some bad assumptions.   I’ve inadvertently hurt those I’ve loved. Made others feel badly. And neglected to own up to my faults.   I couldContinue reading “Forgiving Yourself”

The Science Of Forgiveness

Why is forgiveness so hard? Is it that our pain screams to be heard and validated? Is it because we feel entitled to an apology and reparations for any wrongdoing? Is it coming from a belief that any attack was targeted and any forgiveness is simply showing weakness? Is it based on a conviction thatContinue reading “The Science Of Forgiveness”

Hurt People Hurt People and The Seven Keys of Conscious Compassion

Some of them are hard to love. They come into my classroom with a scowl upon their face and a dark shadow behind their eyes. They sit slumped and defiant or spend the entire period looking like they’re ready to fight. Some of them are hard to love. They respond to a positive word withContinue reading “Hurt People Hurt People and The Seven Keys of Conscious Compassion”

When You Shouldn’t Forgive

We are told that to err is human; to forgive is divine. But is that always the case? Are there times when forgiveness actually harms you rather than setting you free? Read the article. It made me think. What does it say to you? For all that culturally we admire the ability to forgive—it’s associatedContinue reading “When You Shouldn’t Forgive”

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