After scrolling through the Facebook group and attending a podcasting conference. I was forced to reflect on the aspect of forgiving someone who has committed the most horrible act imaginable - killing my father.
I was filled with every emotion possible for the first few years after my father's death... hate, anger, revenge, etc. But at some point I realized that I had to do one thing to begin letting go of these feelings that I had. I had to forgive that person that killed my father.
How was this even possible when he never expressed remorse for what he had done.
Other related podcast I discovered in the past week:
Good Grief Podcast - http://www.goodgriefpodcast.com/episodes/
Is this Adulting? (More about mental health than grief, but very beneficial) - http://www.goodgriefpodcast.com/episodes/
This week's call to action: LAs you prepare for Thanksgiving here in the states, continue to think about how to incoporate your loved on into the holiday. Leave me a voicemail at http://www.dealingwithmygrief.com/voicemail
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