About Megan Feldman Bettencourt…
Megan is an award winning journalist who has reported from many countries. She gives talks on how to foster the seeking and granting of forgiveness to diffuse conflict and prevent violence, enhance individual health and wellbeing, and nurture health and productivity in communities and organizations. She is the author of Triumph of the Heart: Forgiveness in an Unforgiving World. Megan lives in Denver with her husband and son. Contact her at https://meganfeldman.com
What is the difference between forgiveness and related words/phrases like “pardon,” “excuse,” “condone,” or “let off the hook”?
Is it possible that collaboration and forgiveness may be just as evolutionarily hardwired into human nature, as aggression and revenge?
How is it possible to feel anger and not get pulled into resentment, rage, and bitterness?
How does religious ideas and practices such as prayer play a role in our perceptions of forgiveness, in positive and negative ways?
How does spiritual ideas and practices such as mindfulness shift our perception and upgrading our overall vibration?
What are the health benefits of letting go of grudges and bitterness?