Forgiveness, or the lack thereof, can loom large in the life of a caregiver. Forgiving doesn’t mean forgetting. That is rule number one for people to remember when they are working toward crafting better relationships with family members and others whom they care about. Forgiveness can have enormous benefits for the health of the person who does the forgiving. Considering that negative thinking can be disastrous to your own health, you may want to work toward the positive habit of forgiveness. Here are some people that you may need to forgive along with reasons why you should.
Read the full article on HealthCentral about how forgiveness helps the forgiver more than the person forgiven - and caregivers frequently have a lot to forgive: By CarolBradleyBursack as #TheCandidCaregiver
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