Say the word forgiveness and the minds of many may drift to images of a spatting couple on a couch mending their words with an embrace. Perhaps for others it conjures up images of bullies, bosses or vindictive ex-lovers. But for some of us the hard work of forgiveness runs much deeper than playground banter or office politics, because the ones who ultimately need forgiveness the most are, in fact, ourselves.  

Such is the scenario outlined in a recent Atlantic story about the Worthington…  [more]