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Emotional Intelligence for IT Professionals by Emília M. Ludovino

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Forgive

Forgiveness means that we have decided that we will leave the hatred and the suffering behind, so as to give ourselves the chance to become friends with our past and move towards a more fulfilling future. But how can you forgive the person who treated you in such an awful, selfish, and destructive way? How can you overcome the shock, the terror, and ultimately this strong desire for revenge? Going through grief and anger are prerequisites to the decision to forgive.

Let's learn five ways that help you to be more forgiving:

  • Do not push yourself to forgive others immediately: Use the time at your disposal to process the loss to experience sorrow, to live with your wound. And this has nothing to do with revenge. It is simply the acceptance ...

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