I have always been a person that feels things very deeply. Call me what you want – an empath, super-sensitive, or worse. The truth is it doesn’t change the fact that I feel things so deeply that it affects my experience. So, separating the truth from the stories (Step 1 of the FORGIVITY program) took
I used to be part of a group, a clique. We did a lot of things together — couples dinners on the weekend, vacations, LNOs, snow days, workouts, beach days, holidays, you name it. I watched their kids grow, and they supported me during the birth and growth of mine. In retrospect, I guess I
Who hasn’t been betrayed at one point or another in their lives? That gut wrenching feeling in the pit of our stomachs when we find out we’ve just been had. Its gnarly and might be one of the worst feelings to ever experience. Ever. On the bright side, here’s where we get to be Radical
By Dr. Veronica Ruelas, Co-Founder of the App FORGIVITY. I used to LOVE my grudges. From the jerk who stole my parking space at Whole Foods to the neighbor who gossiped about me. Holding onto my anger helped me to feel powerful! Grudges fortified my feelings of self-righteousness. They created a false sense of safety
Andy Cohen and Teresa Guidice spotlight FORGIVITY!