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The Importance of Forgiveness

The Importance of Forgiveness

Are you on a journey to get out of a creative slump or to get unstuck in your life? If so, you might first need to figure out why you got to this point. It may be because you are holding on to a lot of negative emotions, like anger and bitterness. In order to feel free of
this burden, you need to give forgiveness, then move on.

Anger Isn’t Healthy for Anyone

Holding on to anger might seem like it is helping you so that you don’t make the
same mistake again, but you are only hurting yourself. It is not going to take back what
happened, nor will it teach the other person a lesson. Anger is toxic, not just to you but
to other people in your life. The best thing you can do is to move on from what
happened by first forgiving them, then looking for a way to move forward and grow as a
person.

Forgiveness Improves Your Life

Do you know what forgiveness does? It improves your own life! When you start letting go of anger and resentment, you start improving your own life. You become someone who is able to just accept things that have happened, whether at the fault of someone else or not, and build the skills needed to move on from them. Don’t let these situations or people bring you down or steal your joy. Don’t let them affect your
life by making you feel stuck or taking away your creative spark. Just forgive them and move on.

Reduce Stress with Forgiveness

Having more forgiveness in your life can also help to reduce your stress. All those negative emotions build up fast, even when you don’t realize it. What happens is that they start affecting your own emotional and mental health. Any stress or anxiety you
had before is suddenly heightened, and harder to control on your own. Don’t let your past dictate how you feel today or what you accomplish in the future. It’s a heavy load to keep dragging around. Let go or be dragged!

It Helps You to Move Forward

Keep in mind that forgiving someone does not mean you are forgetting it or excusing it. It is not a way to say that what happened is okay with you. Accepting it is also not the same thing as accepting what happened, but more about understanding that it is in the
past and there is nothing you can do about it now. This is what is going to help you
move forward.
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