Forgiving people who’ve wronged us increases happiness and improves mental health. Most of us would welcome happiness and better mental health... Right?
Well, like everything else, that depends on the personal cost involved, especially after trauma. Clients may believe that if they forgive those who’ve hurt them, it means they:
- Condone the behavior of the perpetrator
- Must reconcile with the person, or re-establish a relationship with them
- Must pardon the person, allowing them to continue causing more damage
But none of these are true.
To help your clients break through the myths of forgiveness, download these FREE printable worksheets: The Myths & Stages of Forgiveness.
You’ll discover simple-to-use exercises that’ll take your clients through the 5 stages of forgiveness so they can finally start to heal. Download your FREE worksheets below!