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Forgiveness Challenge: Day 2

1. How do you deal with the anger, hurt or resentment that comes up when you think about the person or offense?
2. How do your methods define what happens to the remainder of your day?
3. Imagine if you did forgive the person, what would your day look like? What productive pursuits can you accomplish if you weren’t so drained? How would this other life make you feel?

Petticoat Junkshun

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So I have to admit that I got something in the mail today that just got under my skin. I had to have a pep talk with myself that it’s okay that I cannot control the situation that is still happening. I did get over it pretty quickly, but this is what I mean. Sometimes a tangible item, a smell or just a thought would determine my entire day. Yet, it is good to notice when this happens and that is why this exercise is pretty essential.
Noticing: Part 2
1. How do you deal with the anger, hurt or resentment that comes up when you think about the person or offense?
2. How do your methods define what happens to the remainder of your day?
3. Imagine if you did forgive the person, what would your day look like? What productive pursuits can you accomplish if you weren’t so…

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Like any other human, I have fears, plans, joys. I engage in bad self-talk and I am at a crossroads as I get older because we get to watch our loved ones die more often now. We have mental illness in our family and I am still trying to understand it and strive to encourage success in my loved ones and crush the stigma. I am a culinary artist, group fitness instructor. I love nature and I enjoy writing about my heart on my sleeve.

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