7 Steps to Forgiveness in 14 Days

Sunday, January 3, 2016

I am very excited to introduce this to everyone I have worked very hard on this. 7 Steps to Forgiveness in 14 Days is a workshop (free) I have created to help others learn how to forgive. I talked about how forgiveness has made me a better mother. 

Who is this for?

I created this because I see so many single mothers holding on to all this anger, guilt, and pain. No one should have to live like that. We have every right to be happy. With that said this is not just for single mothers anyone trying to forgive someone can learn from this. I created this quiz to help you see if you could benefit from my workshop. 

The steps

Get it all out.
Make a vow to today to stop.
Stop talking about and thinking about (insert name).
Own your parts of what happened.
Let go of stress.
Start a gratitude journal.
Decide in this moment you will forgive.

The time Frame

I did the time frame as I did because we all have lives. Often times we want to do something and just do not get enough time to really get it done. This way you have two days to do it slowly over time are two days to find the time. This goes live on the 18th and if this sounds like something you could use  subscribe below.

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  1. I took the quiz and I feel it about right. I need to learn to forgive more and including myself too.

    1. Thanks for being honest, forgiving oneself is hard we put more on our self not to mess up.

  2. I scored a 42%. It's a little lower than I expected but I do admit that I need to forgive more. I try to but sometimes the forgetting part makes it hard to forgive. I've came across a lot of untrustworthy people in my life. I am working on me but I'm still a work in progress. Great post :)

    1. Thank you, forgiveness is a skill like any other it takes time to learn.

  3. I am actually surprised I got the results I did, but am not the least bit surprised after reading why. I do have a hard time forgiving because of my past experiences with certain, however, mot because I try to forget the experience or even linger on it, but because it takes all parties to accept blame and to confront their faults and change them or its just going to be an endless cycle. I can admit my faults, but that won't change others bad habits.

    1. It is always importunate to remember what happen so you don't fall into the same trap, but forgiveness is for you. That is a very important thing to remember.


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