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My first patient died. How I learned to forgive myself
The death of someone she tried to save taught the author a valuable lesson in what it takes to be a doctor — the ability to forgive.
Healing Rwanda: What place for forgiveness after genocide?
Healing Rwanda: What place for forgiveness after genocide On 11 July, in collaboration with The Guerrand-Hermes Foundation for Peace (GHFP), we will be holding our fourth Forgiveness Conversation of 2016 with a preview screening of ‘The Invincible’ – a short film by Yves Niyongabo. The film tells the remarkable story of Jean-Paul Samputu, a Rwandan musician, and Vincent, Jean Paul’s friend and neighbour who killed his…
4 Career Failings You Should Forgive Yourself For
We all make mistakes, but we also all struggle to forgive them.
Teens trained to spot drama before it turns dangerous
Violence prevention programs treat girls like victims and boys like rapists. But experts say it would be better to teach everyone to be active bystanders.
Guilty Dog Insists On Making Up! What She Does Would Make Anyone Forgive Her!
This dog is hanging her head, looking guilty, and begging for forgiveness while being disciplined. The way she buries her…Continue Reading
Watch the inspiring tale of a World War II POW and learn the power of forgiveness.
Oscar®-winning documentarian, Ross Kauffman, explores the story of Louis Zamperini, a World War II POW who survives a near fatal plane crash only to be captured as a prisoner of war. This inspiring tale of faith, resilience, and forgiveness is also the subject of Unbroken, a major motion picture in theaters 12.25.14.
One in 10 Children Are Sexually Abused Before Age 18
1 in 10 children experience child sexual abuse before their 18th birthday. For more in-depth learning, tools, and practical guidelines to help adults prevent...
How to Be a Better Forgiver
Four tips from experts on letting bygones go
12 Mindless Ways You're Ruining Your Hair
How I learned to forgive my brother’s murderers
Aziz Abu Sarah explains how he recovered from the murder of his brother and learned how peace and love can be potent tools of activism.
Why rapists believe they would never rape
There are reasons that a rapist looks at himself and sees, on the whole, a virtuous man.
SJC: Child rapist should be released
BOSTON — The state's highest court has ruled Wayne Chapman can be released from prison, but the serial child rapist and longtime suspect in a Lawrence cold case will remain
How (and why) to forgive
Forgiveness sounds so easy, and yet it's tough to muster in practice. These TED Talks may help.
New York Galleries: What to See Right Now
American Folk Art Museum hosts outsider art; Heidi Jahnke’s offbeat paintings; a group show on contemporary Muslim art; and Jessica Eaton’s mesmerizing photographs.
How an Ohio reporter helped convict more than 100 rapists
On a recent Tuesday morning, members of the DNA Cold Case task force in Cleveland, Ohio, gathered for their weekly meeting. The conference room filled with detectives, prosecutors, a crime analyst, several victim advocates—and one journalist. Rachel Dissell is a reporter for The Plain Dealer, one of two who first uncovered and wrote about neglected […]
Why the Next President Should Forgive All Student Loans
A prominent college president offers some bold advice to the next U.S. president.
How To Forgive Someone Who Has Hurt You: In 15 Steps
Forgiving others is essential for spiritual growth. If you could release these feelings and let go, you would know more peace. Here are 15 ways to do that.
Parental rights for rapists? You’d be surprised how cruel the law can be
When a woman who's been raped decides to keep her child, she may be in for years of harassment and manipulation
9 Divorcées Confess Exactly What Ruined Their Marriages
Rapists Explain Themselves on Reddit, and We Should Listen
Rapists and would-be rapists are opening up about "the other side of the story" — theirs — on a massive Reddit thread about the motivations behind sexual assault. The conversations range from exasperating to disturbing, and the whole of it may make you want to roll your eyes in disgust. But you shouldn't dismiss the thread as mere rape apologia. There's plenty of that, sure, but there's also a lot more to it.