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Forgive and Forget: How Letting Go Can Strengthen Your Relationship

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http://bettyconfidential.com - Based on the comments below my last column (Train Your Man, September 9, 2013), I seem to have caused quite a stir with my ideas about how to get your partner to “behave better.” It seems the people who commented in protest focused an awful lot on the attention-grabbing headline and had trouble seeing the big picture of what I was trying to point out.

My column originated from a clinical situation I observe all the time: People ask me what they can do to change their partners. My husband mos

Lessons Learned

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http://www.charlotteobserver.com - After a year of journaling, Leggett found that some lessons were repetitive and some contradicted each other, but all offered potential for self-instruction. As the new year begins, she shares what she learned—and relearned—to inspire your 2014.

➤People don’t always do what they say they’re going to do. Forgive them.

➤ You won’t always do what you say you’re going to do. Forgive yourself.

➤ Never underestimate the power of following up.

➤ Tip well for good service. Waiters, the peo

Now and always, give the gift of forgiveness

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http://www.sentinelandenterprise.com - Although the holidays are a hectic time, I always try to step back for a moment and reflect on what the year has brought. It is a time to count my blessings and appreciate all that I have in life -- a wonderful family, a fantastic group of people to work with, and good health (knock on wood!).



But recently, I was reminded of something else that is so important to a good life. As I sat and watched the celebration of life for Nelson Mandela on TV, it struck me how this man suffered so much, ye

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8 Ways to Get Someone to Forgive You ..

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No one likes to have a friend mad about something that happened in the past. I try to make amends when I can, but have finally learned that I can’t please everyone. You may not be able to get someone to forget a thing of the past, but it is possible to receive forgiveness for whatever it was. The 8 ways to get someone to forgive you that I have listed below might prove to be useful someday. Take a look and see what you think.





8. Ask with sincerity



Sometimes all it takes is a

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Vindicator should forgive, forget past transgressions of Kerrigan

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http://www.vindy.com - Vindicator should forgive, forget past transgressions of Kerrigan



I write about Pat Kerrigan, a former Youngstown municipal judge, who was convicted for wrongdoing for acts that occurred over 20 years ago. Pat Kerrigan and I are lifelong friends, and he also happens to be my nephew. I also know him to be a man of faith, integrity and compassion for his fellow man. My views are shared by many others.



On July 21, The Vindicator ran a story on Page 1 of the Sports section describing how 63-y

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Words of Wisdom on Forgive

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http://www.speakingtree.in - As long as we do not forgive, they occupy rent free space in our mind.

Educated persons think clearly and logically, live honourably and courageously, give willingly and generously, and forgive lovingly and graciously.

forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.

Forgiveness is the sweet scent that a flower gives when it is being crushed.

Forgiveness is wonderful fruit that a tree gives when it is being hurt by a stone..!

Great people Give, Give, Give and Forgive

'Even on my deathbed I will never forgive him:' Bernie Madoff's sole surviving son

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk - Andrew Madoff, the 47-year-old son of imprisoned Ponzi schemer Bernard Madoff, is battling stage four cancer and says even on his deathbed, he won't forgive his father for bilking billions of dollars from his investors.



'It's hard. It's been a long road,' he told People Magazine. 'I've been receiving treatment since January, and it's a lot - six rounds of chemotherapy, then radiation, then more chemo before the transplant, then the transplant itself.'



The younger Madoff was diagnosed with

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Forgive me! - Construction CEO

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http://business.iafrica.com - The CEO of one of the construction companies implicated in collusion on Thursday ask South Africans for forgiveness.



The Competition Tribunal wrapped up a two-day hearing and started assessing the R1.4 billion settlement agreement reached by 15 firms and the Competition Commission.



The commission’s original probe uncovered widespread anti-competitive behavior in the industry, including tender-rigging in projects worth more than R47 billion.



The projects included the construction of the

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‘Heaven’s Rain’: painful road to forgiveness

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http://www.brnow.org - When Brooks Douglass awoke in ICU after enduring a gunshot wound, the last thing on the mind of the 16-year-old preacher’s son was forgiveness.



After all, the two men who shot Douglass also hogtied his family at gunpoint, raped his sister Leslie, who was 12, and killed his parents Richard and Marilyn.



But after several decades and career changes, Douglass decided to share his journey to forgiveness by creating a movie, “Heaven’s Rain,” telling his story of faith and finding peace in the m

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Can we forgive Paula Deen?

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http://www.cnn.com - Once a racist, always a racist? Will bigots always be bigots?



Or can people truly evolve over time for the better? And if they do, should we applaud their metamorphosis and welcome them back?



The easy answer -- as we are seeing with Paula Deen -- is to quickly label the person a racist for past insensitive remarks and cast her out to the fringes of society. But that's not the best answer for our nation.





I say this as a person who been called racist slurs on numerous occasions. I'm of

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