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When you've been wronged by someone, forgive them and move on even though it's painful. Forgiveness is for you, not the other person. We often hold on to negative feelings which eventually begin to affect our mental health, our physical health and the health of the relationships we hold near and dear.

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  • I recently read a quote "unforgiveness is like when you drink the poison and wait for the other person to die" So true. - by SHERRYJVP
  • JANE-0
    Oh yes, yes, yes... resentment, anger, jealousy ... like acid eating away at ones soul,mind
    & body

    Absolutely Let it go!

    Thanx for reminding so many of us of this~ emoticon emoticon emoticon - by JANE-0
  • HEWIES
    You are so right but not so easy to do. Holding grudges are easier and detrimental. Thanks for the reminder. - by HEWIES
  • MOXIE22
    It's really true that when you most need to hear something, someone comes along and gives you the truth.
    Thanks for sharing.
    emoticon - by MOXIE22
  • CJPJHM
    This is so true! emoticon - by CJPJHM

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