A clinical psychologist debunks such common myths as "forgiveness is always good for you" and "to be a good person you must forgive." She give advice on how to forgive and when to decide not to.


  • Janis Abrahms Spring Clinical supervisor in the Department of Psychology at Yale University, and the award-winning author of "After the Affair."

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