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Single Again - Crofton

This week Single Again Crofton Coordinator, Mary Woznysmith, LCSW-C will be speaking on the topic Hatred and Forgiveness.

Orientation Meeting begins at 7:00 PM for new members

Regular Meeting begins at 7:30 PM

Then there will be small-group break-out sessions.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Bad traffic day

    July 25, 2013

  • MontanaSky

    Sorry to be missing the meetup tonight, will see you all next Thursday.

    July 25, 2013

  • Ken C.

    The definition of 'forgive' includes: To give up resentment of or claim to requital for. To cease to feel resentment against (an offender) : pardon
    I notice a lot of words describing actions of the forgiver, and one, "Pardon" -- the gift given to the forgiven. Is there a message in that? Is forgiveness more for the forgiver than the forgiven? If you give up resentment, or cease to feel resentment, it would be a benefit, right?
    I saw an article titled, "Living With Resentment Is Like Taking Poison and Hoping the Other Guy Will Get Sick" on If we COULD make another person feel bad, would it make us feel better -- in the long run?
    Here's a quote from Dalai Lama: "...hatred is compared to an enemy. This internal enemy, this inner enemy has no other function than causing us harm. It is our true enemy, our ultimate enemy"
    It should be an interesting subject to explore.

    July 25, 2013

  • Mike

    I think admitting you need to make a change is the hardest thing. Pride goes before the fall.

    July 24, 2013

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