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Forgiveness is a key component in the complete recovery from Addiction and Trauma. However, Forgiveness is a difficult concept for people to accept. They ask, “Why should I forgive? Ever?”. The main misconception is that Forgiveness is for the person who causes us harm. When actually, Forgiveness is about releasing ourselves from the pain of the past, so we can be free to live happy and abundant lives today. Forgiveness encourages a fundamental shift away from the treatment of disease to a focus on the positive aspects of human nature as a basis for healing.

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