|Forgive to live a healthier lifeLet’s face it, some situations aren’t worthy of ~forgiving and forgetting~, but YOU deserve peace of mind and a healthy life. According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, practicing forgiveness has the potential to do just that.|
Research suggests that actively choosing to deeply forgive people (including yourself) can boost your emotional and physical health over time. For example, it can lower heart attack risk, improve sleep, reduce pain, relieve stress, and so much more.
If forgiveness doesn’t come naturally to you, you’re not alone. The good news: You can learn to be more forgiving. So if you’ve been known to hold a grudge or 12, consider integrating this practice into your life. It might just depend on it.
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