Have you ever had a tough time forgiving someone who had done something cruel, thoughtless or downright mean? What stinks is they are the ones who harmed you, yet you’re the one who feels bad! Doesn’t seem fair, does it?
You might have resistance even though you are aware you should forgive. The problem is, there is a lot of misinformation about forgiveness.
Facebook is a social network that encourages you to share your thoughts and feelings about what’s going on in your life. Most of the time people share about their families, accomplishments at work, and social activities. But life isn’t happy all the time. Just as people want to talk about good things in their lives, they also want to share the sad events that affect them.
Over the past 30 years a variety of words have become popular to describe grief. One word that has recently made headlines is the word “trauma”. Language is important, so we’re going to clarify our take on the word.
Trauma is an event. It can be any event that causes psychological, physical, emotional or mental harm; such as a death or abuse.
Valentine’s Day is synonymous with romantic dinners, boxes of chocolate, and flowers. And it’s a big day! It’s estimated American’s will spend over 18.9 billion dollars on Valentine’s Day this year alone.