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Fred Luskin

The director of the trailblazing Stanford University Forgiveness Projects shares what he has learned from two decades of helping people let go of their grudges. More about Fred Luskin.

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How to Find the Good in People We Love

February 2012 | TRT 10:48

When we’re fighting with people we love, it can become hard to see the good in them. The director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Projects explores how to cope with the pain of a fight.

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