I have been reading articles and books on forgiveness for decades now and I must tell you, I think in my case, forgiveness is overrated.

Oh, I know, “The only way we can move forward in our own lives is to forgive the one who harmed us.”
Or then there is. “We must forgive ourselves first before we can forgive others.”
Or, “I can forgive, but I’ll never forget.” I have heard it all. And to a certain extent I agree with some of the declarations of this action. Let me see now…

To Forgive means:
To stop feeling angry or resentful toward someone for (an offense, flaw, or mistake).
I think I prefer the other definition: cancel (a debt).
Yesirreee, I prefer to cancel him rather than forgive him. Him meaning my ex-husband.

It has been a long time since my divorce. Since he left me and our family to raise another women’s family. My Father told me to forgive my ex-husband for all that he put me through. He told me this on his death bed. My response was that I was…

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