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    Forgiveness in everyday life is crucial because lack of forgiveness can cause serious health problems that build up over time and because a lack of of forgiveness can affect your relationships in a negative way. Surprisingly enough, according to Enright, “[s]tatistical analyses showed that those in the forgiveness group reduced more than those in the control group in depression, anxiety, anger, and vulnerability to drug use and increased more in forgiveness and self-esteem .”(“Enright” pg.13). How can that information help someone? Simple. Alcohol and other substances abusers have higher levels of anger and violence among others in the population. If the drug or substance abuser went to forgiveness therapy for a while, then they can find themselves less likely to go back to the substance they were abusing. During a case study conducted by Wei-Fen Lin, there was a patient named Carol, a drug abuser. She left her small town for the…

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    Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Forgiveness Intrapersonal forgiveness allows forgiveness without ever having to communicate with the other person. This forgiveness is about self, not the other person who did the harm. Cornish et al. suggests responsibility, remorse, restoration, and renewal is the four component therapeutic model to self forgiveness. First the individual accepts responsibility for what has occurred, limiting blame on others. Then, feelings of guilt or shame occur from…

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    The Tempest Forgiveness

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    the event of their competition. However, the art of forgiveness brings about the end of animosity of mankind no matter what happened. Regardless of the antagonistic personalities we have as humans, forgiveness serves as a tool of helping people live in a society where humanity is appreciated and conserved. In this essay therefore, we are going to see how people against all odds, transform their perception on enmity and forgive one another. In addition, we will be able to…

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    Forgiveness Model

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    Forgiving Community: An Initial Model characterizes how forgiveness portrays a major impact in the lives of families, community, and churches all over the universe. The role of forgiveness can be demonstrated by showing compassion to anyone who has acted unfairly. The Bible tells us in Ephesians 4: 32 that we ought to forgive each other, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven us. In this article, Magnuson and Enright (2008) presented two unique models in order to show how the forgiver…

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    Quotes On Forgiveness

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    Jasmin H. Aceveda Quotations BSIE-HE/ 4A “Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace.” -Jonathan Lockwood Huie Don’t hold a grudge. Being angry at someone hurts only you. Let go of your anger, not for the other person, but for yourself. Remember,forgiving doesn’t mean forgetting. Forgiving means accepting that it happened. As a human being, we tend to look at others fault, not realizing that we are also imperfect. For example, everyone puts the…

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    When we think of the idea of forgiveness, we usually think about forgiving others; not ourselves. When the world in as interconnected as it is, forgetting about ourselves is often easy. Sometimes we are so focused on a goal or another person that we do not realize that we have to take care of our own physical and emotional states. Whether it is our careers, family, or the affairs of the country, we must think of what is essential to live meaningful lives. While the path to discovering one’s…

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    Forgiveness Among Couples

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    misunderstandings and hurt feelings. But how do we know when to forgive, forget, or just move on? This all depends on three things: the people involved, who caused the pain, and what type of transgression occurred. Psychologist Bella DePaulo of the University of Virginia found that “eighty-five percent of college student couples have lied to each other about past or recent indiscretions”. She also discovered that “dating couples lie to each other in about a third of their…

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    Like Jeffrie Murphy says in his book “Forgiveness and Resentment” how we need to be able to distringuish forgivness. He says many people often confuse forgivness with excuse, justification and mercy. He goes on to exaplain how each one is different from forgiveness. He clearly says how we should not be forgiving people by excuseing the reason we feel hurt, justifying the pain that was caused to us, or being merciful is giving less punishment when you still feel they deserve…

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    Introduction Repentance and forgiveness are not only crucial aspects of coming closer to Christ but are also crucial aspects in coming closer together as a family. However, the world often views forgiveness as a weakness, or an inhibitor in progression, as it encourages more mistakes in marriages. Yet according to the doctrine of Christ, both repentance and forgiveness are required to be able to form a healthy relationship with our Heavenly Father and also a healthy relationship with others.…

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    Anonymous said “The word ‘forgive’ means to wipe the slate clean, to pardon, to cancel a debt, when we wrong someone, we seek their forgiveness in order for the relationship to be restored. Forgiveness is not granted because a person deserves to be forgiven. Forgiveness is an act of love, mercy and grace. Forgiveness is a decision to not hold something against another person, despite what they have done to you” (Anonymous.1). Sin is an immoral act committed by a person against the divine law.…

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