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Want to Heal Your Relationship? Find Forgiveness.

“The healer you have been looking for is your own courage to know and love yourself completely.” Yung Pueblo

Being in relationship with one another forces us to forgive over and over and over again in order to live peacefully and sustain healthy, loving relationships. When we choose to not forgive, we carry the tremendous weight of unhealed resentment. It’s a script running in the background of our minds and if not released, it will cunningly show up in all of our relationships, interactions and experiences.

You’ve probably heard the saying that forgiveness is for you; it’s not for ...continue reading...

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Accepting an Apology You Never Receive

“A life lived without forgiveness is a life lived in the past.” Asa Don Brown

 

Sometimes in relationships we hurt one another.

When people hurt us intentionally, it’s because they’re hurting themselves. It’s only ever hurting people who intentionally hurt other people.

But mostly when other people hurt us, it’s unintentional and it’s because they didn’t really know how to do it differently and well, they screwed-up.

Sometimes when other people hurt us, they can take responsibility for what they did and apologize for doing the hurt caused. But let’s be honest…most people cannot do that…

They can’t ...continue reading...

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There is No Relationships Class. No One Teaches Us How to Do This

“A ship in the harbor is safe, but that’s not what ships are for.” J. A. Shedd

 

We go to school for decades to learn about things like math, science, reading and history. We spend years learning about the square root of 120 and the symbol of iron in chemistry.

But when we’re at the end of our lives and we think back about what mattered most, inevitably what mattered was our relationships. And our most intimate relationships are the greatest indicator of how we’ll feel about life at the end of our days. Our closest relationships are ...continue reading...

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Forgive Yourself

“Once you know better, you do better.” Dr. Maya Angelou

Once you begin to explore why some past painful relationships didn’t last, you may be able to see the role you had in contributing to the creation of that experience:

Maybe you overlooked something you shouldn’t have.

Maybe you tried to convince yourself you could make the unworkable work.

Maybe you stayed too long in a relationship out of fear of being alone.

Maybe you put your partner’s happiness before your own.

Maybe you stayed for the children.

But you did those things because you wanted love. You wanted ...continue reading...

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