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Feel better about yourself and your life by learning to forgive. Dr. Fred Luskin offers a powerful method to help you let go of hurt, helplessness and anger while increasing confidence, hope and happiness. By explaining the causes of resentment and how we suffer by holding onto past hurts, Dr. Luskin provides an understanding of how to release unwanted pain and instead open to joy and possibility.

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We designed this app with the goal of presenting a survey of Dr. Luskin’s work in a clear and engaging format. By presenting his work as a series of short text conversations, we’ve been able to incorporate questions and comments that Dr. Luskin routinely hears when he lectures and teaches. You’ll get an overview of the material simply by reading the text conversations, though for further elaboration each conversation has a “Read More” section, as well as a short audio recording by Dr. Luskin—there are 30 of them in all.

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I was moved from my own experience of betrayal to discover forgiveness, because it was simply too painful to be stuck in resentment. Little did I know that my own work would become my life’s work. As director of the Stanford Forgiveness Project, I and others have researched my forgiveness methods in many parts of the world. Please help me share this app with anyone you think would appreciate and enjoy it, and thank you for your support.

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Forgive for Good app
developed by Dr. Fred Luskin and Jeff Cohen, MFT.

My research has shown that learning to forgive helps people hurt less, experience less anger, feel less stress and suffer less depression. But if forgiveness is so good for us why do so few choose to forgive when they have been hurt? One reason is that no one has taught us how to forgive. The religious traditions usually tell us to forgive but do not offer the practical steps as to how. We live in a culture that prizes the expression of anger and resentment more than the peace of forgiveness. In addition, most people are confused about what forgiveness is and is not; because of this they don’t take the opportunity to heal from their own emotional pain and the physical consequences that result.

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