Category Archives: Violence

When the Abuser is a family member (Part 3): Exploring Forgiveness

Forgiveness does not justify what the abuser did. Forgiveness is not for the abuser but for the self. Forgiveness is a process of releasing the wounds. When you forgive someone because you should, when you feel you have to forgive … Continue reading

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Manners over Morals

In the view of the mindless killing of innocent kids and civilians in Connecticut, I feel that in today’s world ‘manners’ are taking precedence over ‘morals’. We teach kids etiquette:  How to walk, talk, eat, dress, converse etc – all manners. … Continue reading

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