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We’ve had other debates on the idea of forgiveness on this blog. I’ve written about my take on forgiveness. More than once as I thought about what forgiveness has to do with PTSD recovery.
We’ve also had a professional weigh in with her perspective. And a survivor share her ideas about how, choosing not to forgive, she found a way to move forward.
I’ve also covered forgiveness in a great conversation with one of my guests on YOUR LIFE AFTER TRAUMA.
But this week I’m coming at forgiveness from an entirely different direction: forgiving someone for something you may not have yet considered. Take a look and let me know what you think…
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