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Forgiveness
Home Self-Improvement Advice
By: Iacob Madalin Adrian Email Article
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Forgiveness is surrounded by four misconceptions, false impressions that you like the man in place for long and many people fail to forgive because of them. These misconceptions are:

Denial / Forgetfulness - Sometimes, time does not fully heal painful memories. Forgiveness does not mean ignoring the suffering or evil that they have suffered. You cannot deny reality. Apology - forgiveness does not mean to ignore someone. I still think he / she is responsible for what you did and rightly so. Compensation - Forgiveness not excuses. Do not ask for validation of your suffering or any other form of compensation. It is unconditional and personal. You could wait a lifetime compensation and not get before. Condemnation - Forgiveness has nothing to do with guilt, adopting a position morally superior. These attitudes show that you think you're right and you will keep in place.

You will remain a victim if not avoid these four misconceptions. They make you impotent. Do not allow the suffering of the past to become a permanent torment of your life. In order to remember this, remember this statement: "I forgive you because I've paid enough. Now I'm ready to go on."

How to forgive me:

We are all human and all make mistakes to be forgiven. Forgiving love on me choose trial instead. It is a good choice I think this way, send the message that is more important to me than to see my life in an emotional prison remain self-condemnation.

Everything we do can be forgiven, no matter how reprehensible I think it is. Just give me the olive branch of compassion and choose to love me. We're so adamant with ourselves and sometimes set some moral standards so high that it is not surprising that we suffer.

Forgiving myself I have to accept my shares, to assume full responsibility for my actions or inaction, to confront the situation head up, without apology or denial. You have to purify my memories, allow me to be sensitive to release any pain that I have.

I could confide, because this is one of the most efficient methods for unloading heavy burdens. I think it could work ... confess to me or someone close to God, saying what I did. Nothing I did, no deep sense of shame, I cannot separate from God, but I would approach and for this he must know my remorse and regret. You have to restore my relationship with God.

You have to give up self-flagellation that has no point in continuing to punish me, even if I feel I deserve to be condemned. But if you remain a victim, it will adversely affect the relationship I have with myself and others.

You have to make some changes, my sincere apologies, to be rational and have the best intentions, without any expectations about the outcome.

Mistakes are wont to recur if your eyes wide open ... I think that all experiences in life are meant to teach us something, and if wearing blinders, we lose the lesson and its significance for our lives.

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Hi,i am Adrian from Madrid http://www.nehoiu.net & http://www.crazystuff.bb3host.com

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