Forgiveness and forgiving communication in dating relationships
Couples who are able to see each other clearly and realistically from the beginning end up with a stronger love that stands the test of time.
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For qualities and situations that are not on your deal-breaker list, you should practice forgiveness.
Successful long term couples practice it, and therefore I suggest that newly dating people should as well.
If you’re finding it hard to forgive or let go of hurt, there’s nothing wrong with you – it’s how we’re taught to be in our society.
I was reminded that our Western World both today and for centuries has focused on non-forgiveness, holding onto resentment and conflict. On the Twin Flame Journey, these value perceptions and core beliefs around what it means to be an admirable and “strong” person, are subconsciously sabotaging our efforts to forgive and to let go of the very things that are bringing us pain.
Sadly, people in relationships have a lot to complain about, even if nothing blatantly awful has happened.