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Forgiveness is showing compassion for a person who wronged you and letting go of the desire for revenge.

Studies show that forgiveness can improve your psychological and physical health.

Ellis Cose, author of Bone To Pick, a book on forgiveness, suggests three steps to achieve forgiveness:

  • Get perspective on your pain and anger. Just because someone caused you harm or injury does not mean that you are a victim.
  • Attempt to empathize with the person who hurt you. Try to put yourself in his or her shoes and try to understand what made him or her commit the act. This is not justifying the act.
  • Stop thinking of forgiveness in absolute terms. Your compassion may not inspire gratitude form the person who hurt you followed by a reconciliation and a state of peace. What you will get is a release of your intense anger which allows you to move on.

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