Forgiveness and Letting Go

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For many survivors, forgiveness is a difficult, if not impossible concept to grasp or to even acknowledge as being part of healing. That may be because forgiving others who have harmed them and robbed them of their childhood and the peace they should feel as adults seem too hard and undesirable.

Perhaps it is time to drag the skeleton from the closet and explain what forgiveness and letting go are because the latter…

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I am an author/speaker/grant writer living among the corn and bean fields of Illinois in the U.S.

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Shirley J. Davis

Shirley J. Davis

I am an author/speaker/grant writer living among the corn and bean fields of Illinois in the U.S.

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