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Forgiving someone by Rubina Ratnakar

Life Skills Mon, 18 Jan 2021 18:06:48 +0000

In our lives, we may come across many situations when we may get hurt by someone. Different individuals have different personalities and distinct ways of dealing with their lives. Whenever someone hurts you, you may never feel like talking to them. Sometimes things hit you hard and may even start affecting your health. So, not for the person who did wrong to you but for your own good, you need to forgive them and move on. In this blog, Rubina Ratnakar suggests some techniques and strategies that will help you in forgiving someone.

First of all, you need to prepare yourself to forgive someone. Since you have been affected emotionally by them. It may be challenging for you. Just think about the positive sides of forgiving someone. Holding on to the grudges will never make you feel relaxed. You will feel really good when you let go of the pain and move on with your life. If you have been hurt once by your loved ones you may find it difficult to trust someone again. One bad experience can ruin your future and ongoing relationships as well. Feeling angry and losing temper all the time will be a big obstacle in your happy life. Apart from all the mental benefits, forgiving someone is really good for your health as well. You will experience less stress, regulated blood pressure, and good quality of sleep as well.

When you are ready to forgive someone you should begin by letting all your feelings out. Talk to someone you trust and tell them how you feel about the whole situation.

Try to look at the good and brighter sides of the problem. If a person did wrong to you, the brighter thing is that you now know what kind of an individual he is and from now on you will act accordingly. If your partner cheated on you, it is great you came to know about it and should come out of that faulty relationship.

Forgive yourself for what happened and don’t keep on blaming yourself. It was their decision to hurt you and it is not your fault.

Check out the latest blogs by Rubina Ratnakar on ‘Effective goal setting‘ and ‘Dealing with oily skin‘.

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