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The Dragon, the Teen and the Gift of Forgiveness

This story was shared by Wendy Spurgeon, a highly trained and talented life coach. As a young teen – wise beyond her years – she literally gave the ‘gift of forgiveness’ to a stepfather and in doing so, received life-long … Continue reading

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Forgiving is Not Condoning, Part 1

This is a post from one of the Forgiveness Club’s sister blogs.  The topic is relevant to many discussions of forgiveness so I wanted to share a modified version of it here too.  To see the original and find other … Continue reading

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Forgiveness – for Those of Us Who Love Poorly

“Forgiveness is the name of love practiced among people who love poorly. The hard truth is that all people love poorly. We need to forgive and be forgiven every day, every hour increasingly. That is the great work of love … Continue reading

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Apologize and Forgive – Clearing the Air for Clear Communication

In our busy, often stressful lives, most of us at times have lapses of judgment, are careless, thoughtless or do other things to inadvertently hurt others in small or large ways.  Every one of these incidents presents an opportunity to apologize … Continue reading

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How, are You Doing? Present Moment Forgiveness

This is a busy week for me, it seems that there’s just so much to do. You ever have one of those? Unless you’re a hermit or living a completely sheltered life, then of course you have. As humans, particularly in … Continue reading

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Break Free of the Good Boy / Good Girl

This post expands on the good boy / good girl theme from my previous article, “Learning to Forgive in a Step-by-Step Way. Though this post stands alone, I’d recommend reading the other article as well for additional context.  At a … Continue reading

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Learning to Forgive in a Step-by-Step Way

For much of my life, forgiveness was a nebulous and ill-defined concept.  I grasped the idea of forgiving, but never really learned the value of forgiveness and the freedom that comes from it.  I didn’t even know how to forgive.  … Continue reading

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We just recently observed the Labor Day holiday here in the US, and that means the end of summer for most people. It’s time to get back to school for most students and the summer vacation season has wound down … Continue reading

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Release Worry, Anxiety and Stress – A Simple Exercise

This post is a follow up to the previous article, (http://wp.me/p2FojE-K) sharing some perspectives on what self-forgiveness and faith have to do with easing worry, dread,  anxiety and stress. If you haven’t already done so, I encourage you to read that … Continue reading

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Worry, Anxiety, Dread and Forgiveness?

Do you ever suffer from a nearly constant sense of stress, recurrent anxiety, or even feelings of impending doom?   If so, you’re not alone.  Unfortunately this is a common symptom in so many of people in our fast-paced, expectation … Continue reading

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