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How to Forgive Someone Who Has Wronged You

My journey to forgiving trolls and a bad boss.

Photo Illustration by Alicia Tatone / Photo by David Butow

Over the last couple of years, I’ve had a few people who I would describe as having wronged me unnecessarily. It’s okay, put away the violins, and burn your tissue boxes; this is not about asking for your sympathy. The fascinating thing about these few trolls and a bad boss who wronged me is the good that can come…

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