"The only real mistake is the one from which we learn nothing." ~John Powell
Does it frustrate you when you do something wrong? Next time you make a mistake, instead of being hard on yourself, ask yourself what you can learn from it. It won't help anyone to dwell on your mistake and feel guilty about it. Acknowledge that it happened, make amends if necessary, and move forward!
Continued anger or resentment--whether directed at yourself or at others--can be harmful to your health and well-being. Numerous studies show stress and anger can even cause or worsen some diseases like cancer, heart disease and autoimmune disorders. So forgive yourself! Let your mistakes go, learn from them and move forward, and live a healthier life.
Just as you forgive yourself for your own mistakes, strive to forgive others for their wrong doings as well. We all make mistakes! If you can learn to forgive yourself it will be far easier to learn to forgive others. Strive to learn from both your mistakes and the mistakes of your loved ones.
Take a moment to examine your responses to your mistakes. Are you being too hard on yourself? Are you not being hard enough? It is a fine balance between beating yourself up and being too lenient with yourself. Take a close look and see which side you fall on more often, and move forward from there.
Read this informative article on learning to let go of your mistakes and forgive yourself.
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