Learning to Forgive: Steps to Letting Go

Forgiveness involves releasing feelings of anger and resentment towards someone who has wronged you.

Forgiveness is not forgetting, condoning, or excusing the wrongdoing, but rather choosing to let go of negative feelings associated with it.

It is a process that takes time and effort.

It can help improve emotional and physical health.

It does not necessarily require reconciliation with the person who wronged you.

It can be a personal decision and does not require an apology from the person who wronged you.

It can involve setting boundaries or ending unhealthy relationships.

It can help improve communication and strengthen relationships.

It can involve self-forgiveness for mistakes or wrongdoings.

It can help promote inner peace, compassion, and empathy.

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