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I Forgive Forcefully (Only the Strong Can Do It)

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“You don’t have to rebuild a relationship with everyone you have forgiven.” ~Unknown “Forgive” and “forcefully” are not two words I have ever joined together before.

My idea of forgiveness involved kind and gentle meekness. Goodness. Altruism. Compassion. But never forcefulness. Well, not until I waded through the choppy waters of forgiveness after I had the courage to leave my abusive marriage. Forgive is a Verb Forgiving isn’t an emotion.

It’s an action. It’s a process that has no time limitation or expiration date. It can’t be ordered, demanded, or rushed. When I first discovered that my husband had been lying to me, we had been married for thirty years.

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