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forgiving yourself flaunt08-16-23 Forgiving Yourself – Especially When You’ve Done Nothing Wrong

We hear a lot about the importance of forgiving the betraying partner, but what about forgiving ourselves? Especially when we’ve done nothing wrong. Forgiveness is a confusing, often circular, and deeply personal journey where we are forced to confront ourselves, our shame, imperfections, and our lack of control over situations or other people. Pull out a journal, kick back, and let’s process the journey of self-forgiveness together in this lovely, meandering show.

Top take-a-ways

  1. Accepting responsibility for yourself and your actions (or inactions) while confidently refusing to take on blame or responsibility for what was not your fault.
  2. Identifying the myriad of feelings that surface during betrayal recovery and allowing yourself the grace and compassion to feel your feelings without drowning in grief, helplessness, or pain.
  3. Claiming the lessons learned from difficult experiences without holding yourself hostage.

Lora Cheadle Betrayal Recovery for WomenGet the support you need to find your footing, begin making sense of it all, and feel better fast. As an attorney, betrayal recovery expert, and survivor of infidelity I can help you find the clarity and confidence to create a life that you love on the other side of betrayal. Book Your Session Here:

Download your Sparkle After Betrayal Recovery Guide at, a guide designed to help you take the first steps in feeling better, so you can reclaim your power, own your worth, and start putting yourself, and your life, back together again.

About Lora:

Author, speaker and Burnout & Betrayal Recovery Coach, Lora Cheadle help women rebuild their identity and self-worth so they can find the courage to claim what’s possible on the other side of betrayal.

Untangle yourself from the past, reclaim your power, and own your worth so you can create a future you love on your own terms. All with a wink and a smile! Learn more at and follow me across all social!

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