Couples who have strong healthy relationships live, on average, seven years longer than those not in strong healthy relationships. There are multiple factors that build and sustain strong healthy relationships. One important factor is forgiveness. Human beings can screw up a perfect recipe. It happens all the time. No one is immune. When we learn to forgive ourselves and forgive our partner, it makes it easier to let go of the hurt and move on. We discover the sun is brighter, the sky bluer, and all is right.
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