Forgiving... Even When It's The Last Thing I Want To Do

“The first to apologize is the bravest. The first to forgive is the strongest. The first to forget is the happiest.” Have you ever seen this quote?

Here’s the thing... if you’ve ever been through extreme adversity in your life, such as being diagnosed with cancer, you have a certain expectation and standard for the people in your life. You expect them to rise up and be there for you. One of the biggest lessons I learned and am still learning is to accept that not everyone will react and show up in the way you A) think you would (if you were in their shoes) and B) want them to. Let's talk about it!

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