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Friday, January 25, 2013


All situations are different, however in most cases one of the parties to a dissolution is very angry with the other.  Harboring the anger puts the saddened partner on constant edge.  The anger then can carry through to your day to day activities and negatively effect your interaction with your children, colleagues and friends. 

It’s essential that you forgive your ex-spouse. Why? Because as long as you hold the grudge, it holds you back. When you hold a grudge against someone, when you refuse to forgive him or her, you have this invisible connection with him or her. It continues to give them power over you.
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