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forgive-someone

Integrative health expert, Dr. Andrew Weil, says letting go of resentment can be hard, but the physical and emotional benefits are worth it. People who forgive someone tend to be less angry, depressed, stressed, and anxious. They also have lower blood pressure and heart rates than those who hold a grudge. So offer an olive branch to a person who hurt you – or just mentally forgive them. Inner peace doesn’t depend on a response.