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Mary McManus

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Re: Forgiveness: What Completes It? What Cripples It?

Jan. 23 at 4:02pm | see this comment in context

I guess I'm missing something.  Isn't reconciliation a separate act from forgiveness? What if a family member or a "friend" has committed a criminal act against your child, for example?  If you have "forgiven" them, but cannot, for the sake of your child's safety, reestablish the loving relationship you once had with them, is it not forgiveness?  

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