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Top Six Reasons To Forgive


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ForgiveNo one can change the past, but you do have the power to upgrade how you feel about it, and that makes all the difference.

You can take your power back from all those painful memories, and make peace with your past. Forgiveness heals the guilt and the hurt, and does this quietly, privately, and thoroughly. Forgiveness does not mean that you let anyone off the hook, it means that your present happiness is more important than your past suffering. Forgiveness does not mean that you condone the hurtful things done to you, it means that you reclaim your right to run your own life.

Right now those hurtful things are running your life, and how is that working for you? The people who hurt you may have ruined your yesterdays, but only you are in charge of your tomorrows. And if you feel guilt over people that you have hurt, forgiving yourself will heal you and allow you to move forward with a happier attitude and a healthier body.

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Forgiving infidelity


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ForgivenessThe drama and the trauma of infidelity is one of the leading causes of relationship failure and divorce. Needs are not being met and sought elsewhere, whether emotionally or physically and pain is inflicted on not only the other partner, but on the partner who had the affair as well.

Not every relationship can endure the pain of infidelity, but the strength and resolve of both partners in rebuilding the foundations of love, trust, and respect through open communications can certainly be accomplished with a sincere effort. Of course, there are cons in contrast with the pros of forgiving infidelity; consider the consequences of the positives and the negative results of each major aspect in a relationship.

Communication breakdown will effectively terminate a relationship in its entirety. When neither partner has a desire to communicate their ill feeling with the other, it eventually leads to more hostility and potential termination in and of the relationship in the future.

By comparison, it is vital that both parties communicate their feelings, their fears, and any angst with each other in order to quell any lingering doubts or hurt feelings. Sincerity in communication instills a sense of openness with one another in the healing relationship, and for many years afterwards.

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How to manage anger toward a loved one


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Anger managementEveryone gets mad at family members occasionally. Whether you’re irritated by a parent’s interference, a child’s disobedience, or a spouse’s inattentiveness, it’s important to learn how to manage anger before it starts to manage you. The thing about anger is that it often rebounds on those who initiate it.

Get hold of negative emotions before they take root in your heart and grow a cluster of inappropriate actions. A nasty attitude, hurtful words, or a cold shoulder are not the way to resolve differences. Instead, give some thought to trying these suggestions:

Talk it out. If a family member offends you, wait for the right time and let that person know. Sometimes we say things without meaning them, or without realizing their effect on others. Give the person a chance to explain his or her intentions before describing your feelings. Chances are a good, open talk will help to clear the air between you. Choose a private meeting area away from others, preferably in a public place to avoid the meeting occurring on someone’s “turf.” Be prepared to listen long and talk little.

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Do you forgive an Affair?


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Forgive an affairIt depends on various factors. Firstly, will you be able to forgive and forget. Secondly, will the aberrant abstain from doing such deeds in future? Thirdly, will you as a victim be able to prevent withholding a grudge and resume normal marriage?

It is a complex situation further precipitated when children are involved. Assess what stage is the marriage in? How far the relationship is with either spouse or mistress? Affairs cannot be segregated as absolute black and white. There are shades of gray which need consideration.

This does not mean that an affair is permitted. “An affair is an aberration to normal behavior if we choose to exercise self control.” exclaims Latha Nithyanand, clinical psychologist and counselor. She explains that as long as we follow baser instincts then we use the mating needs to have an affair. Even in animals, sex is only a means of procreation. Human beings are the only species that employ sex for pleasure. Given such, “it is imperative that we use our discretion.” says Latha.

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Forgiveness in marriage


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Forgiving hands“Excuse me, screamed Swati. What exactly do you mean when you say that the past is the past? Why don’t you try forgiving and forgetting and starting on a fresh page? I can never forgive the way he just played the role of a silent audience when his mum got at me at every opportunity. I can never forget his lack of sensitivity when he saw me spending sleepless nights because of what I had to go through each day. I think it would have been easier to forgive if he had suggested suicide instead.”

Swati has been married for fifteen years now and she has been living in a nuclear family setup for the past ten years. Her husband finally responded to her feelings by moving out with her. Yet, their relationship with each other is far from being cordial.

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