Many people have suffered from some form of abuse in their lifetime. Whether that abuse be physical, psychological, economic, sexual, verbal, or spiritual, the pain can cause significant damage. Pain often leads to unforgiveness. Unforgiveness inhibits one's growth and development. Because unforgiveness hardens the heart, it is a barrier to achieving one's full potential. Many individuals fail to reach their full potential because they are unable or unwilling to forgive. The energy used to harbor unforgiveness can be channeled into more productive activities such as career development, entrepreneurship, and academic achievement.
Unforgiveness can lead to substance abuse, violence, anger, poor relationships, and other side effects. Recovering from unforgiveness is a journey. It is a process that like any other goal requires stamina, strategy, and spirit to accomplish. I encourage you to forgive anyone who has hurt you for your own good so that you can move forward into your destiny and achieve your full potential.
Some simple steps to forgiveness:
Forgive your way to success.
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