I am free from anger and remorse.


I make the decision to deal with circumstances as they come up, which allows me to live my life without feeling remorse or anger. Avoiding the

I have a tendency to avoid circumstances that make me feel uncomfortable because I know that addressing them upfront will help me swiftly find the problem’s base before it has a chance to take hold and spread.

When I am hurt, I talk to the other party about how I feel. I don’t want to point fingers, but I do want to be open and honest about how I feel about what they did. I express myself out of a desire for greater comprehension and respect.

I really apologize when I have offended someone. I let go of my ego and any urge for retaliation.
Problems are rarely solely the fault of one person. Because I cannot alter anyone else, I reject the notion that I must first ask for forgiveness from the other person.
Only I is responsible for my own behavior. For this reason, even if I admit that the other person was also at fault, I am willing to beg for forgiveness and seek understanding.

I am not afraid to seek assistance from someone who has received training in assisting people in finding peace with their interpersonal connections if a hurt gets too large or becomes too deeply ingrained.
Self-Reflection Questions:

1. How will I begin to bridge a breach with anyone?

  1. Do I deal with my hurt and anger before they get entrenched in my life?
  2. In my relationships, am I willing to seek assistance if I need it?
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