Forgiveness or reconciliation?

Dr. Grant MullenRelationships 1 Comment

How do you forgive?

In this final segment with Mike Sherbino, I describe the difference between forgiveness and reconciliation.
We also discuss how to rebuild trust and prevent the root of bitterness from forming in a relationship. At the conclusion, I describe a daily practice that will strengthen every marriage. Click on the video and get many of your relationship questions answered.

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  1. I have found forgiveness to be very freeing in my emotions. Thank you for saying you don’t necessarily have to reconcile with the person if they have offended you and continue to do so. I can avoid that person but still forgive them. God has been good in allowing me to forgive things that people did to me in my past and actually feel I have recovered to the point where I don’t have those bitter feelings towards those people anymore. It has taken many years to arrive at that position. Thanks to Christian resources and your videos, I am understanding more about how to deal with these things.

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