How to Forgive for Your Own Mental Health

Girl with bunch of leaves in the autumn parkAre you struggling in your relationship? Are you hanging onto hurt? Is all the negativity affecting your mental health?

If you are tired of being dragged down by negativity,  try practicing forgiveness. By learning to become a more forgiving person, you can get over the hurt, allowing you to focus on yourself, and maintain your wellbeing.

Forgiveness is a state of mind that is more about you than it is the other person. Forgiveness is about you taking charge of your mental health and wellbeing by letting go.

–Tanya J. Peterson, MS, NCC

While forgiving someone who wronged you may be a difficult quest, letting go will benefit you greatly in more ways than one.

If you are hanging onto hurt, consider letting go and forgiving. The benefits will pay off.

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