unforgiveness

unforgiveness

(ˌʌnfəˈɡɪvnəs)
n
another word for unforgivingness
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just as you cheat yourself into making out that you didn't do all this business because you were a rigorous woman, all slight, and spite, and power, and unforgiveness, but because you were a servant and a minister, and were appointed to do it.
He had fixed himself in a corner with his knees up, a fist pressed against each temple; and this attitude suggested rage, sorrow, resignation, surrender, with a sort of concentrated unforgiveness. He said mournfully and defiantly, "Well, it's my watch below now: ain't it?"
With empirically supported therapies currently available for distressed marriages, suicidality, trauma, depression, sexual dysfunctions, anxiety disorders, unforgiveness, and many other mental and relational disorders, we question the relational ethics of a non-integrative stance and an exclusive use of untested approaches.
Third, if forgiveness were conditional on another's prior response such as repentance, then the potential forgiver is trapped in unforgiveness until the other behaves in certain ways.
It is not known, for example, how disturbed they are by the transgression; whether they hold little or much unforgiveness toward the offender; and whether they have tried previously to forgive, and, if so, whether they have been successful and to what degree.
It can't live alongside pride or selfishness or bitterness or unforgiveness. Theyhave to go, if you want to be able to love that way.
Healingwhile many of us go through life in a state of unforgiveness, it isn't healthy.
This approach begins with the assumption that relationship repair (through forgiveness) will enrich relationships and prevent problems from developing that stem from unforgiveness. Attention to communication in the forgiveness psychoeducational group is limited to supporting couples as they learn to forgive.
We are not kept apart by sacred allegiances, but by mortal things, like unforgiveness, prejudice, fear, and habit.
They must first learn in a new arena, one of unforgiveness for those who fail to meet its demands.
Yet even if intentionality is required, forgiveness cannot be chosen before the emotional barricade of unforgiveness is surmounted.