&& so we go on to theSteps in Totally Forgiving Others 1. Make the deliberate and irrevocable choice not to tell anyone what they did. 2. Be pleasant to them should you be around them. 3. If conversation ensues, say that which would set them free from guilt. 4.Let them feel good about themselves. 5. Protect them from their greatest fear. 6. Keep it up today, tomorrow, this year, and next. 7. Pray for them.
"But I tell you: Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you"(Matt.5:44)
And anyone who truly knows me, knows that I AM NOT the religious type. But this book changed my views, thoughts, emotions, and feelings.. I could sit here and hate my husband when I did all the wrongs, or I can move on and appreciate that my husband saved my life, and our marriage. I thank my husband as much as I can, and I don't think there are enough words to even begin to thank the girls I met at the Bradley Center. These women are strong, beautiful and amazing women. Yes we ALL might be a bit crazy, but I admire these women. They are part of who I am today, and they have made me the strong woman I am now.
They picked me up when I hit rock bottom They spent early mornings with me in tears One of them dealt with my 3 am loud arrival We opened our hearts to each-other We bonded and made everlasting friendships That no one would ever be able to understand but us. I love these women with my heart, and I love my husband for having the courage, strength, and desire to help me, his wife, his military wife that in less than a year will be alone while he is deployed fighting for his country. I admire him for everything he has done, and will do.