To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that prisoner was you.― Lewis B. Smedes, author and theologian
us to forgive. I forgive myself for thinking I could have stopped or changed an outcome out of my reach, I forgive Caine for making a choice that would end in a consequence that can not be taken back. I forgive the situation. I let it all go to the universe and will make my path my own, but will honor Caine and all those that help me grow into the person I am becoming! Thank you my son for all you have taught and all you continue to teach me. Thanks to all of you that walk along my side and support me when I am feeling low, support me when I feel good, and help me find forgiveness!
Tips for Parents and Teens
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