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How to Forgive the Unforgivable: 9 Steps and Tips
1. Minimize the loss.
You fail to forgive when you believe you lose something or someone valuable for sure.
2. Focus on the solutions.
Visualize what you want in the next decade. As people tend to focus on the loss, they are prone to suffer from anger or depression and that’s why they fail to focus on the solutions. Do not focus on what is irreversible. Don’t be trapped by the public eye. Stop being a people pleaser.
3. Rationalize life troubles in life. Never stigmatize any life experiences.
Never label yourself the weak or the victim. We memorize traumtic events because we harbor desire to accuse the wicked or the wickdedness. According to the Bible, everyone has hard lessons in life, including the chosen ones, but “God promises to make something good out of the storm” if we remain righteous, tender and compassionate under any circumstances (Job 5:17).
Be mentally strong for your loved ones. As you suffer, those who love you suffer with you. Be strong for your loved ones .Focus on what to offer. and what to protect.
A wealth of studies found that negative emotions guarantee higher blood sugar levels and high blood sugar levels leads to mood swing and irritability. Muscle-building helps to maintain our blood sugar levels. Also, sleep deprivation guarantees emotional weakness.
Take Advice from the Bible
Q: How to forgive someone who hurt you?
Be aware of the seven deadly sins. People fail to shake off negative emotions because people do not possess the ability to forgive, to love and to repent.
Do not record the faults of others
God says, “Vengeance is mine; I will repay” (Romans 12:19). Only God is authorized to punish the wicked. The Bible says, “God will bring every deed into judgment, including every hidden thing” (Ecclesiastes 12:13-14). Thus, “Keep no record of wrongs” and “leave room for God’s wrath” (1 Peter 4:8, Romans 12:18-19). God will do the justice in due course in His way (Psalm 5:3, Matthew 12:36).
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