Forgiveness is not for the other person. It’s for you

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Karyn Wing Forgiveness

Karyn Wing grew up in a home where physical, sexual, and verbal were the norm. She also grew up believing that it was all her fault. That if she were a good girl none of it would have happened. Forgiveness was the farthest thing for her mind for many years. In fact, as an adult, she blocked out much of her childhood, but the scars were there, deeply embedded, along with the feeling that she was never good enough. It took several decades and a lot of hard work for Karyn to learn the difference between abusive and healthy relationships. She also learned that before anything else, she had to learn to love herself. Most days she does. Karyn shares some of her story in the hopes that it will help someone else who feels like she used to feel.

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Karyn Wing at age 10/forgiveness
Karyn Wing at age 10

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