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Practicing Forgiveness Can Reduce Anxiety and Depression

Imagine transforming your mental health with the simple act of forgiveness. At a groundbreaking interdisciplinary conference on forgiveness at Harvard in March 2023, researchers unveiled a study that does just that. This intriguing research, currently in the pipeline for publication, involved a large-scale experiment with 4,598 participants from across five countries. They delved into the power of forgiveness and its profound impact on mental well-being, revealing insights that challenge and inspire our understanding of emotional healing.

After two weeks, those who used the workbook reported feeling more forgiving and experienced reduced anxiety and depression symptoms compared to the control group. These results align with other research, suggesting forgiveness can enhance mental health by reducing stress and improving sleep.

Tyler VanderWeele, director of Harvard’s Human Flourishing Program and co-author of the study, explains that forgiveness helps victims detach from offenders. He emphasizes that forgiveness doesn’t solve everything but is more beneficial than dwelling on negative thoughts. This detachment likely contributes to improved mental well-being.

Read the full study here.