How to Facilitate Forgiveness Toward Others

Why viewing life in shades of gray leaves room for change, growth, and ultimately release

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We all must face the question of whether or not to forgive.

Whether it’s a friend who let you down, an unfaithful partner, or a parent who disappointed you as a child, forgiveness helps us accept reality and move on.




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