Becoming a professional forgiver was a foreign concept to me

Good morning beautiful souls!

As many of you know my husband and I spent the entire weekend at a retreat learning about our marriage and our family.

It was such an awesome experience and I’ve got so much I want to share with you but this is the one that I keep coming back to.

Forgiveness is such a radical conception if no ones ever taught you how to do it. If you’ve not seen it modeled on a daily basis then it’s probably just as foreign to you as it was to me.

But when they shared it with us, I found myself writing that down and holding it close to my heart.

And I think it’s quite possibly one of the most important messages I received that entire weekend.

I was taught how to be passive aggressive. How to hold onto my feelings of resentment and then barf them all over every one else. . I was taught how to get mad and then talk bad about the person that made you mad.

I was taught how to shut down. I was taught how to run away. I was taught many many things but forgiveness for my spouse wasn’t one of them. I was never taught how to forgive so I’ve had to learn.

One must first admit they were wrong and then humbly seek forgiveness.

Humbleness and righteousness are the exact opposite of each other. So if we want to learn a new way to create unified families we’ve to got to relearn what we already know.

I will become a professional forgiver in my marriage because that’s the way God wants it. I will seek to be the best for my husband and my family that I can ever be. Trying to live my best life with an open heart not a closed bitter one.

💜 Tay Tay

Peace God Bless Namaste

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