Tag Archive 'Forgiveness'

Forgiveness during the Holidays

Forgiveness during the Holidays This morning I had the good fortune of being a guest on Dr. Leon Dickerson’s radio show called Mental Health for Better Living on WHCR-90.3FM in New York (9 to 9:30am EST). The radio show¬†focuses on family life, spiritual life, and the community and we spoke about forgiveness and its importance, […]

Divorce and forgiveness

In relation to forgiveness in the context of divorce, evidence suggests that it is important to address wounds of divorce while they are fresh. It is clear that depression and anger can linger on into the later stages of divorce and life in general. The findings from my study on forgiveness and divorce suggest that […]

Heart Reflection

Answer the following questions. Write or draw your responses and keep them for reflection. Where do I have the sense that my thoughts are coming from right now? Where do I have the sense that my feelings are coming from right now? Do I believe that I am loved? If I am loved, how do […]

Forgiveness Is Not Condoning

Dr. Frederic Luskin, founder of the Stanford Forgiveness Project, points out, “Nobody’s ever taught us how to forgive. People have taught us how to get angry, how to become depressed, even how not to react with rage when life doesn’t turn out as we want it to, but nobody has taught us how to forgive.” […]