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Some people are quick to forgive, whereas others see only burnt bridges. Is there a fundamental psychological difference between those who accept reparations readily and those who do not? And can the unforgiving be brought around?
These days, most of us feel some resentment towards something or someone: the economy, the President, employers, all the usual suspects. You may even feel angry at God for not intervening.