Wednesday host Lilada Gee and her guests discuss the pitfalls and difficulties of forgiveness.
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 […]
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: […]
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.
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, […]