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Focus on your strengths and all the good that you do.

Make a list, write about them in a journal, create a collage; do something to make yourself notice and embrace your strengths.

This takes the punch out of the other person’s words and actions.
Dealing with the person who has hurt you is tough when you’re anxious and uncertain how to move forward. Get the hurt and anxious thoughts out of your head and onto paper.

Describe what happened and what it means to you. Then, step back and study it. You might dismiss issues that don’t have long-term consequences. You can address the bigger issues now that they’re out of your head. You couldn’t control what happened, but you are in control now. When you realize this, anxiety decreases, and you gain power. When you gain power, you can forgive and move on.

We’re all human, and we have reasons behind our imperfect behavior. The reasons might be minor, like being tired or hungry. Sometimes there are bigger issues behind behavior, things in our past that others may not even know about. Consider that the person who hurt you may have had a reason that had nothing to do with you. You don’t have to agree with the reason or the behavior but taking a broader perspective can help you forgive.



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