ROLE AND RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN MENTAL HEALTH AND FORGIVENESS
Author(s):
Farah Muddasir, Dr. S Mohamad Rafi
Keywords:
Forgiveness, Mental Health, Psychology etc.
Abstract
Human nature as understood through the lenses of evolutionary biology, moral philosophy, and theology contain the capacity for evil and for good, for harming and for helping, for offending or reconciling. Forgiving may be the most difficult task in person lives but it is a universal phenomenon. Forgiveness has physical, mental, social and spiritual benefits as well. Good mental health can enhance one’s life, while poor mental health can prevent someone from living an enriching life. Forgiveness or beat contrary feelings and judgment of a man or of causing irritation, included mental, enthusiastic and Behavioral frameworks, it implies that individual will be have no adverse feeling, judgment and behavior than the individual who forgive him. Forgiveness is a reaction that make possible to sustain relationships despite the mistakes, betrayal, or failure to meet the expectations. The purpose of present study was to ascertain the relationship of forgiveness with mental health. The reason of this problem can be done of the present study as the first step in connection with forgiveness and its relationship with Psychological variables such as mental health.
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Unique Paper ID: 153973

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 9

Page(s): 24 - 28
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