When wrong has been done to us, strangely we have a tendency to hold on to anger. It can feel like taking back power, but here are some tips to let go. Continue reading Practical tips to lighten your heart off anger
I reached out to someone I hadn’t spoken to in over 3 years to apologise for the hurt that I had caused them in our relationship. Scary, right? Continue reading Apologising to my first love (and crying for hours)
I used to think that in order to forgive someone, they would first have to be sorry.This left me powerless and waiting for people to ask for forgiveness. Continue reading Forgiveness is a one-way street
It was a sunny Sunday morning, and I was walking to a busy cafe to tell my parents about my childhood abuse. Continue reading The truth revealed to my childhood abusers – their response?
Yarris, wrongfully convicted of murder for 22 years, refused to wish ill on his abusers. I would have become like them, he said. Continue reading Fight your instincts and love your abusers!
After watching Freeman Dyson speak about his time with the Royal Air force during World War II in A Glorious Accident, I got to thinking about the notion of criminality. Ego’s, which are often blamed for crimes, start as inherently … Continue reading Moral consistency in a burning world