With all that has been in the news about sexual assault allegations and misconduct in the workplace, we must reflect on how we might be able to forgive someone after they have committed a despicable act. Forgivness DOES NOT mean forgetting what happened, but here is my advice for how to approach the situation at hand.
With the release of her new album, "Reputation," I couldn't help but to notice some un-forgiveness lurking in the lyrics of Taylor Swift's new songs, particularly "Look What you Made me Do." Here are all the reasons why I think Taylor might need a crash course on acceptance, letting go and forgiving those who have wronged her!
As a forgiveness expert, I know how important communication is to forgiveness. In order to truly forgive, we must communicate kindly and clearly our expectations and desires. Don't miss a FREE Download of my Communications House Rules!
While on a hike in beautiful Hawaii this last week, I had time to reflect and record my thoughts about the similarities between our life journey and hiking paths. Which path do you choose? The well-traveled or the one less traveled?