I know. I get it. Sometimes it can be hard to forgive your spouse. Really hard.
But is that any excuse to hold on to grudges? Absolutely not!
I know how you feel all too well. Whatever your spouse did to hurt you, upset you or irritate you is just flat out unforgivable. They don’t deserve your mercy. You’d rather continue to hold your partner’s wrong over his/her head and continuously remind your spouse how stupid and messed up he/she is.
But what is that really doing for you?
Don’t you know that holding a grudge is more damaging to you than it is to your spouse? When you hold onto grudges, you keep yourself in a negative state of mind, because you constantly think about what your spouse did. When you’re in this type of mind frame, you’re unable to live your life normally.
I know you’ve been there before.
Do yourself a favor and stop holding a grudge against your spouse. Forgive your spouse and release yourself from the bondage. Lacking the ability to forgive will only keep you weak. Furthermore, it will destroy your marriage.
Can you find the strength, courage and mercy to forgive your spouse? When is it the hardest to forgive your spouse? Is there ever a time when your spouse absolutely should not be forgiven?
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