We all have times where people we care about hurt us. Sometimes these wounds are fleeting and temporary at the moment. Other times the wounds we experience are long-lasting and detrimental to our development and functioning. It’s not unusual for clients to come into my office holding onto past hurts from parents, siblings, friends/peers, bosses, coworkers, exes, spouses, and children. What they don’t realize is that they have not been able to forgive the other person and move on. Sometimes forgiveness is a process and requires intentionality. Today I hope to relay to you a method for forgiveness and healing. It’s a way to work through the past hurt, validate your own feelings about what happened, and eventually move on...
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