Category Archives: Forgiveness

Understanding how to work through resentment and develop a process of forgiveness.

Anger and Forgiveness…2/2/07

1. Here’s the latest Quick Tips for Managing Anger podcast: Anger, Forgiveness and Consequences.  This episode tackles the question: Does Forgiveness = no Consequences? And- does forgiveness mean that relationships should stay the same? 2. Also, Dr. Ray Pritchard appeared on the … Continue reading

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Anger at Abuser.. 12/27/06

Question: We are a family of believers and ___ broke loose in our house. I recently found out my husband has been fondling my teen-age daughter. It has been going on for some months off and on. She was afraid … Continue reading

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Too Angry to Forgive…12/13/06

Question: I was raised in an fearful, threatening, condesending homelife. While I’m now over 50 years old the wounds and hurt have never gone away and have been reminders that always left me wondering if I was that stupid, ugly, or … Continue reading

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What Makes Forgiveness So Hard?

Forgiveness brings closure to hurt and anger. But, forgiveness sometimes seems impossible or takes a very long time. The question arises Why Forgiveness is so Hard? And how we can change? Human behavior that suggests that people are “hard-wired” to … Continue reading

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Can’t Let Go of Anger and Forgive..

Question: Basically one of those little things happen where somebody is rude or whatever, and I cannot it go, it bothers me forever. And in most cases, I’ve done nothing wrong, and I should just be able to go, “Wow, … Continue reading

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