Anger, Hurt, and Forgiveness II
This is the capstone evening in our series on Anger, Hurt & Forgiveness. Join Dr. Ragan as returns to share the second half of her well-received presentation.
Holding a grudge has been likened to taking poison and hoping the enemy will die. While the beneficial effects of forgiveness are well-documented, research shows that forgiveness itself is a complex problem. Recognizing that “easy” forgiveness is not the goal for either psychological or spiritual development, this workshop will explore the psychology of anger, hurt, and forgiveness, focusing on their inter-relatedness. The issue of self-forgiveness will be addressed as a necessary pre-requisite for forgiving others.
Monday, June 8 | 6:30pm – 7:30pm
74 Trinity Place | New York, NY | 2nd Floor Parlor