Fred Luskin, Ph.D., is the director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Projects, a senior consultant in health promotion at Stanford University, and a professor at the Institute for Transpersonal Psychology, as well as an affiliate faculty member of the Greater Good Science Center. He is the author of Forgive for Good: A Proven Prescription for Health and Happiness (HarperSanFrancisco, 2001) and Stress Free for Good: Ten Proven Life Skills for Health and Happiness (HarperSanFrancisco, 2005), with Kenneth Pelletier, Ph.D.
The director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Projects explores how to cope with the pain of a fight with someone we love.
Forgiveness expert Fred Luskin explains what it takes to give up a grudge.
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…
Fred Luskin argues that forgiveness boils down to a simple choice: whether to dwell over past hurts or try to see the good in others.
Fred Luskin explains that the essence of forgiveness is being resilient when things don’t go your way.
Fred Luskin argues that part of forgiveness is accepting our own vulnerability.