Forgiveness is a path to peace. That said, it’s easier said then done. Holding a grudge is usually more painful for the holder than it is for the offender. You’re better of forgiving and letting go. This is almost always good advice. The real question is, should you let the wolf back in the door? In other words, do you leave the offender back into your life? This is a question for the ages, and there’s no easy answer. In this episode of the Mental Toughness Podcast, we explore the pros and cons of forgiveness and whether or not to allow toxic people back into your life. #mentaltoughness #personaldevelopment #forgiveness
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2 thoughts on “Mental Toughness and Forgiveness”
Great topic Steve. I remember Don Yeager’s story about Warrick Dunn, athlete that forgave his Mother’s killer – powerful. His Mom often told him you have a choice to be bitter or better, always choose better.
Thanks, Tony! Hope you Arthur are well.
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