Forgiving Spouse For Abuse / Techniques For Relaxing & Falling Asleep
- Forgiving spouse for abuse.
- Recovering from sleeping pills.
- Techniques for relaxation and falling asleep.
- Meditation / Guided Visualization: Simple breathing meditation to relax and fall asleep.
Ask the Author: Question & Response
I need to forgive my husband for two years of hell and abuse. I am not sure if I can find a way to love him freely. He is an atheist and I think that by going on a spiritual journey together we could find some peace. We have not slept properly without medication for over two years since the birth of my son and I had postnatal depression. The ins and outs of the story are complex and I am not sure how to deal with the hurt, anger and pain. Please help.
– Sara, Bath, England
My friend, not forgiving someone is actually a form of self-abuse. For doesn’t the carrying of judgment in regards to your husband’s behavior weigh you down? Do those judgmental thoughts not try to spoil any moment of peace you try to catch? Do those judgments not add to your daily stresses? Does carrying these thoughts around not hasten your anger? During your day, does your patience not fade quicker, even with complete strangers? Do these judgments and your lack of forgiveness not keep you up at night?
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