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After your sibling, friend, work colleague, parent or child slighted you or caused you pain, should you forgive without receiving an apology?
Susan Shapiro, a New School writing professor, is the author of The Forgiveness Tour: How to Find the Perfect Apology. In her new book – ten years in the making – she talked to therapists, religious leaders and people who had experienced terrible wrongs never righted. In this guest post she takes us into her anger and dismay at the person she trusted most who offered no explanation for his actions, and no regret. Along her journey for answers, she shares surprising pieces of the forgiveness puzzle that can lead to peace and reconciliation.
Guest Post by Susan Shapiro:
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