Story by: Norton Healthcare on October 21, 2019
Let it go.
Megan Feldman Bettencourt’s book, “Triumph of the Heart: Forgiveness in an Unforgiving World,” explores research that shows the impact of forgiveness on our bodies and the damage caused by anger and resentment.
It’s important to have a way to release resentment on a regular basis, according to Megan. In a recent interview, she suggested setting aside 10 minutes a day to write down all your negativity, then rip it up and throw it out.
Follow that up with some gratitude practice: Recognize three things for which you’re grateful.
Use these habits to help recover from tragedy, disappointment and conflict, as well as improve your health, well-being, relationships and professional performance.
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