Become Better at Forgiving Others So You Can Let Go and Move on with Your Life
Throughout your life, you will have disagreements, experience pain, feel let down or hurt by others, and you will also let yourself down.
If you don't deal with them, you will take on emotional baggage, which can cause mental and emotional suffering.
When you become better at forgiving others and yourself, you will find it easier to let go of events or experiences that caused you pain, so you can move on with your life.
This issue focuses on how forgiveness can free you from mental and emotional suffering, why it's important to forgive others and yourself, and how to do it.
Included in this issue:
- The Real Risk of Forgiveness–and Why It’s Worth It (Video)
- Self-Confidence Begins with Self-Forgiveness (Article)
- The Importance of Self-Forgiveness (Article)
- The Power of Forgiveness and How Happy People Manage to Unleash It (Article)
- 5 Powerful Reasons to Forgive Others Who Have Wronged You (Article)
- How to Forgive Someone (Even If They Really Screwed Up) (Article)
Continue reading to find out.
Enjoy this week's issue. 🙏
The Real Risk of Forgiveness–and Why It’s Worth It
The act of forgiveness involves taking a risk, especially when there is significant pain or trauma involved. And how do you do it?
In this TEDx talk, Sarah Montana shares her story of forgiving her family's killer and the difference it made.
- Credit: Sarah Montana | TEDxLincolnSquare
Self-Confidence Begins with Self-Forgiveness
How good are you at forgiving yourself? You and I are our biggest critic. How you speak and treat yourself will also affect your self-confidence.
In this post, learn why practicing self-forgiveness can free you from self-condemnation and can increase your self-awareness and spiritual growth.
- Credit: Karla K. Garrett | Healthy Beginnings Lifestyle Magazine
The Importance of Self-Forgiveness
Forgiveness is important for your psychological well-being, physical health, and relationships. It all starts with being able to forgive yourself.
In this post, learn how self-forgiveness can ease anxiety, reduce the risk of depression, help let go of negative emotions, and improve your relationships.
- Credit: Kamini Wood | kaminiwood.com
The Power of Forgiveness and How Happy People Manage to Unleash It
There is a relationship between a person's attitude and how happy they feel, and how consistently they practice forgiveness.
In this post, learn why practicing forgiveness will increase your happiness and how you can do it regularly.
- Credit: Paloma Cantero-Gomez | forbes.com
5 Powerful Reasons to Forgive Others Who Have Wronged You
Although someone may have caused you to experience significant pain, not finding reasons to forgive them will continue to affect and hurt you in the long run. Here are "5 Powerful Reasons to Forgive Others Who Have Wronged You."
In this post, learn why it's valuable to forgive others who have wronged you and the difference it will make to your life.
How to Forgive Someone (Even If They Really Screwed Up)
Forgiving someone if they really screwed up is challenging. One thing to always remember is when you forgive someone, you are doing it for yourself.
In this post, learn steps you can take to forgive someone if you're finding it difficult, which will free you from mental and emotional pain.
- Credit: Crystal Raypole | healthline.com
Forgiveness Is for You!
While you cannot change what you or someone else has done, you can make a new choice.
You can choose to have compassion for yourself and you can also choose to forgive someone.
It's always a choice.
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How to Forgive Yourself Especially When Dealing with Anger
Forgiving yourself can take time if you have guilty feelings or if you have anger towards yourself or others, which is a reason to practice it regularly.
In this post, learn five steps you can take if you have messed up, so you can heal and move on without hanging onto unhealthy emotions.
Avoid Holding onto Resentments or Hurt! Work with a Life Coach to Move Past Them!
Everyone has experienced pain and sometimes, even trauma, which can have a huge effect on a person and their life.
Trying to work through a significant event in your life on your own is challenging.
Working with a trained professional, like a life coach, will make the process easier.
You need to know how to choose a life coach that will support you to get the outcomes you want.
In this post, which includes a free ebook on the "5 Costly Mistakes to Avoid When Choosing a Life Coach," learn what you will gain when you work with a life coach, and how it will free you from mental and emotional suffering much faster.
Forgiving Someone Is an Act of Kindness Towards Yourself
Even though you may find it hard to forgive someone, your willingness to do it will also affect your ability to practice self-forgiveness.
Forgiveness starts with yourself. If you practice self-forgiveness, you will find it easier to forgive those who have wronged you.
Forgiveness is an act of self-respect and self-love. When you do it regularly, not only will you improve the relationship you have with yourself, you will also improve how you relate to others, which will enhance the quality of your life.
MAKE IT COUNT
An action step you can take this week is to notice your self-talk when you make a mistake. Is it kind or compassionate, or is it critical or judgmental? Also observe how you react when someone makes a mistake or does something you weren't expecting. Show more compassion and practice forgiveness.
Have a great week. Thank you for reading. 🙏
And always remember, live your greatness! 🙌
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