I Forgive, For Me

BY: LifeBlazing

10810erikablogStuff happens.  People do things.  Or they don't do things.  And it might feel disappointing.  Or isolating.  So, will I choose to remind myself -- again and again -- how unfair it all was?  Will I play a 'special victim' and demonize the person who let me down?

Rev. Eileen Epperson says releasing resentment (aka "forgiveness") is a better way to handle conflict and offense. 




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