its hard to explain 0n h0w to 4give a pers0n if u himself ddnt engage 0n that kind of situati0n..
Gara its gonna take time to heal and u need to be wit friendz to cheer u up and as u heal and ready u'll find guy that treat u rite
ryan thank you ;)
gara ur welcomes
To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was youEdited by christine123 / 13 Sep 2014 23:09
Many times, the decisions we make affect and hurt your closest friends and family the most. I have a lot of regrets in that regard. But God has forgiven me, which I am very thankful for. It has enabled me to forgive myself and move forward one day at a time.Edited by christine123 / 13 Sep 2014 23:10
Another important aspect of forgiving someone is being able to take some time to just be alone with your thoughts. If someone has really wronged you, whether your boyfriend has cheated on you or your best friend has been saying hurtful things behind your back, it's important to take some time to get space, to spend some time on your own, and just to hang back from the person who has done you harm. If you've been deeply hurt by someone, then it's probably not a good idea to spend all of your time around that person if you want to truly forgive him or her.
If you live with that person and he or she has hurt you, then you may need to find another place to stay for a while, if it's possible. If you don't live together, then make it clear that you need some time away from each other and that you'll reach out when you're ready. Don't force yourself to forgive too soon, or you'll only be making it harder to heal your relationship in the long run
really want to be on your way to forgiving someone who has hurt you, then the first thing you have to do is let go of all of your resentment. Of course, this is easier said than done, but if you resent the person and the harm he or she has caused, then you'll never be able to move on, both in your own life and in building your relationship. Find a way to accept the wrong the person has done and to release the feeling into the air, like letting a bird out of a cageEdited by christine123 / 13 Sep 2014 23:12