Finally, we hypothesized that HDF and LDF participants would rate forgive and forget as the most difficult technique to implement when forgiving.
Example items include "I have a tendency to harbor grudges" (reverse scored), "I tend to get over it quickly when someone hurts my feelings," "When people wrong me, my approach is just to forgive and forget," and "If someone wrongs me, I often think about it a lot after" (reverse scored).
No significant differences emerged for HDF and LDF participants regarding the ease of the technique for forgive and forget, forgive but do not have to forget, and forgive and remember.
09, suggesting that participants rated forgive and forget as more familiar than forgive but do not have to forget and forgive and remember (both ps < .
Good friends forgive and forget
over disagreements, and now we need all the help we can get, which includes military and monetary means from our friends, which include Germany and France.
I'D rather remember and get even than forgive and forget.
WHILE the rest of us struggle to lift our jaws off the floor after Heather's courtroom antics (and her dreadful outfits), Paul's ready to forgive and forget.
The next day the couple is shown clips from the night before, with the partner that stayed home faced with the decision to either forgive and forget
and take the romantic honeymoon provided by "STAG," or let "STAG" throw them a party of their own.
In that moment I, too, was ready to forgive and forget
what may have happened between us.
Fortunately for MLB, Americans - especially those known as sports fans - are quick to forgive and forget
The next day the couple are shown clips from the night before and the partner that stayed home has to decide whether to forgive and forget
and take the romantic honeymoon provided by "STAG", or let "STAG" throw them a party of their own.
The only way to deal with deep pain and resentment, whether far in the past or a present experience, is not to forgive and forget
but to remember and repent--or to remember and change.
For my part, I was always willing to forgive and forget because holding grudges never paid off for anybody.
Photo: ``I was always willing to forgive and forget because holding grudges never paid off for anybody,'' says country-blues singer-guitarist Johnny Jenkins, who has released his first record since 1970.