Forgiveness: An Essential Marriage Skill

Are you struggling with forgiveness? Have you or your spouse been hurt and you just can’t let go of the pain? Do you keep revisiting issues over and over and causing more and more damage to your relationship?

Learning how to forgive is an incredibly important skill to have in a marriage because, let’s face it, we all make mistakes at one time or another and we can’t let those mistakes drive a wedge between you.

Maya Angelou once said “Withholding forgiveness is like drinking poison expecting the other person to die.” Discover the how to heal and move forward with these marriage saving articles from Dr. Dana.

Posts to Help You Forgive

How To Forgive And Move Forward

Lack of Forgiveness can drive a wedge between you and eventually erode the love in your marriage. Discover how to forgive and keep your love alive.


Why Forgiveness Is Important

Being able to forgive someone is one of the most essential skills in a long-term happy marriage.


How To Get Over The Hurt

Put those memories of painful incidents behind you and moving forward. Holding onto to painful grudges can lead to long-term trouble in a relationship.


Why Can Being Married Hurt So Much

Why does the person we’re married to sometimes have the ability to hurt us more than anybody else on the planet? The answer is that they are hurt themselves


Learning To Forgive

Forgiveness is one of the toughest things to offer in life. Forgiveness seems even more difficult to offer to the people we love, especially to our spouse.


How To Heal The Pain

To begin a discussion on Forgiveness, we must first understand and acknowledge that many of you feel hurt and angry, scared and/or confused and have felt that way for a long time.


What The Beatles Knew About Marriage

Despite their many quirky, strange and failed marriages, the Beatles did get one thing (though they may not have applied it) right about marriage.


The Importance of Forgiveness: How To Heal

As you might imagine, being able to forgive someone is one of the most essential skills in a long-term happy marriage because, let’s face it, we’re all human, we all married someone human, and all humans make mistakes.


  • kim

    my husband resents me we have been together for 11 years and I he says that I’ve pretty much doing everything my way and never took his feeling in consideration how do you move forward from that even after you have changed you he still has negative feelings and will not forgive me and wants nothing to do with this program