Practicing forgiveness can help you manage feelings of resentment and empower you to live a happier and healthier life.

Studies show that people who forgive experience:

Improved relationships, mental health, immune system, and heart health;

Less anxiety, stress, and hostility;

Fewer symptoms of depression;

And more.

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Judge not, and ye shall not be judged: condemn not, and ye shall not be condemned: forgive, and ye shall be forgiven.

LUKE 6:37

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So who can you forgive?

Let’s practice forgiving others together.

First, think of loved ones.

Is there anyone in your family you don’t feel close to right now?

Any friendships that have drifted apart?

Any grudges you’d like to get rid of?

Did any names stand out?

Enter the name of


you’d like to forgive.


Name: {NameToForgive}

Great! Now we’ll look at a few suggestions to help you begin to forgive this person.

Name: {NameToForgive}

Thoughtfully consider which of these ideas would be good for you to do.

Next time you see {NameToForgive}, offer a warm smile or hug.
Send {NameToForgive} a short, kind text message.
Type out any negative feelings toward {NameToForgive} and then delete them.
Go one day without saying anything negative about {NameToForgive}.
Spend three minutes trying to understand {NameToForgive}’s circumstances.
List three good things about {NameToForgive}.
Be the first to say sorry.

Swipe each item and tap to select

Nice work! Keep this list handy and try to do one of the ideas on it this week.

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