I thought I’d go on the record today and just be official about it: I am granting blanket absent friend forgiveness.
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forgive (verb) – to stop feeling angry or resentful toward (someone) for an offense, flaw, or mistake * As I mentioned in another recent post,… Read More »Forgiveness Doesn’t Have to Look Like Forgiveness to the Person You’re Forgiving
As long-time readers know, on the weekends I run a feature called Psyched for the Weekend. Basically, I do brief takes on new studies or… Read More »I’m Not Always Good at Forgiveness — But I Want to Be
There’s been a theme lately as I’m listening to people’s troubles and giving out advice. You can tell a lot about a situation by what… Read More »What’s Forgiveness Orientation & How Does It Affect Relationships?
I was so nervous to tell you that I was upset.
Similarly, I love old conversations. Rehashing memories with someone else who was there with me.
There’s a meme that’s been flying around for some time that talks about how kids who were mistreated will learn to love unwanted things. I… Read More »I’ve Always Been a Sucker for a Comeback & It Almost Destroyed Me
I’m sitting in the midst of yet another week where folks seem hellbent on limboing under my already perilously low expectations. I’ve heard it said… Read More »The Moment When I Realized I Couldn’t Become Impossible to Disappoint
“No matter what, you gotta find a way to love yourself,” she says. “Because self-love’s where it’s at. That’s where the real good stuff is.”… Read More »I Don’t Love Myself, But I AM Compassionate Towards Myself
I used to be a chronic apologizer. Ask anyone who knew me back in the day. The words “I’m sorry” were a reflex. I said… Read More »I’m Sorry for Saying Sorry Too Much… Errr… Damn!