Forgiveness & Relationships
"I believe forgiveness is the best form of love in any relationship. It takes a strong person to say they're sorry and an even stronger person to forgive." ~Yolanda Hadid
Breaking down the prison and letting the inmate free is one of the best things you can do to truly free yourself and create the life that you want or the relationship that you desire.
You may say, “I am not holding any one in a prison,” but in reality everyone creates a prison—and the inmate you are trying to set free is yourself. This prison is created by not forgiving. In fact, many times unforgiveness is the biggest piece of baggage that you can carry.
Your baggage could be from a parent, friend, significant other, or coworker—anyone that was not there for you, abused you, took advantage of your trust, or harmed you emotionally. Often we hold resentments thinking we are somehow getting the other person back; however, they are not affected by our refusal to forgive, we are.
We'll also take a look at "Apology Languages". Just like expressions of love, different people have different needs when it comes to apologies. It's important to understand your own needs, and just as important to understand what your partner needs, too.
Ready to break free from your past, let go of resentment, and live the life you desire? Contact us today!