In the last installment of her month-long series on the topic of forgiveness, what forgiveness means to all different people, and “unforgive-mess,” Wednesday host Lilada Gee talks about restorative justice as a form of forgiveness. Her guests are District 23 Supervisor Shelia Stubbs, and Ron Johnson, Coordinator for the Dane County Community Restorative Courts. And, […]
Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with Dr. Jennifer Rounds-Bryant on the way self-forgiveness is like a dropped cake, how to learn from failure, and emotional healing mechanisms. She gives advice to a caller who feels past emotional pain every time President Trump speaks.
Lilada Gee takes another look at the messy process of forgiveness, with Dr. Jennifer Rounds-Bryant, a psychologist out of North Carolina specializing in forgiveness, who is working with Gillian this month on a forgiveness issue. Together, they look at the things holding you, the listener, back and the quest to let these things go. Also discussed: […]
How do you deal with one of the messiest constructs in relationships, forgiveness? Is no apology better than a bad apology? How should you phrase an apology, and what does a non-apology really sound like? Wednesday host Lilada Gee speaks with Dr. Jennifer Rounds-Bryant, and two other guests Monique and Domi, on the concept of […]
Wednesday host Lilada Gee and her guests discuss the pitfalls and difficulties of forgiveness.