Journal of Per- sonality and Social Psychology, 82 4— These pro- cesses are the means to an end; namely, motivational change that consti- tutes self—forgiveness. This link between attributions and interper- sonal forgiveness may generalize to self—forgiveness.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 75 6— Survivors may blame themselves and feel guilty when they are not re- sponsible for the event. An amends is an apology expression of regret accompanied by a commitment to refrain from the adverse behavior.
Saturday, May 11, Self-Forgiveness: There was a theoretical account describing the transition involved in self-forgiveness following the perpetration of an interpersonal transgression, which outlines the proposed emotional, social-cognitive, and offense-related determinants of self-forgiveness.
The present paper is intended to stimulate research on the topic by offering a much needed theoretical model of self—forgiveness of interpersonal transgressions. Is one a necessary precondition for the other?
Horsbrugh has argued that one can forgive the self only for the hurt one has brought to another person. Religious perspectives on forgiveness. Personality and Individual Differences, 30, — Shame and guilt in interpersonal relationships.
Severity of the Offense. Forgiveness and self—forgiveness in psychotherapy. Journal of Adult Development, 4 4— Attempts to forgive oneself without cognitively and emotion- ally processing the transgression and its consequences are likely to lead to denial, suppression, or pseudo self-forgiveness.
We typically live with more courage when we hold the faith that we will devotionally move toward self-forgiveness. Guilt fosters other—oriented empathic concern and moti- vates the offender to exhibit conciliatory behavior toward the victim, FIGURE 1.
It is also important to consider the role of forgiveness from a Higher power. Weinerargues that causal attributions give rise to emotional reactions e. It is curious to note that if we depend upon others for forgiveness, then we are dependent upon them in order to feel good about ourselves.
Beyond the similarities and differences outlined between interper- sonal and intrapersonal forgiveness, how are these processes related temporally? Psychological research and theological perspectives pp.Self-Forgiveness: The Stepchild of Forgiveness Research is an article that focuses on the importance of comparing and contrasting interpersonal forgiveness as well as intrapersonal forgiveness.
Not only does this article emphasizes the definitions and classifications of self-forgiveness, but also identifies the emotional and social cognitive determents, the limitations and implications self-forgiveness may trigger.
Self-Forgiveness: The Stepchild of Forgiveness Research Roshunda Brown Liberty University August 26, Summary Julie Hall and Frank Fincham, authors of this article, give great insights into what Self-Forgiveness actually means.
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 24, No. 5,pp. Self–forgiveness HALL AND FINCHAM SELF–FORGIVENESS: THE STEPCHILD OF FORGIVENESS RESEARCH JULIE H. HALL AND FRANK D. FINCHAM University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Although research on interpersonal forgiveness is burgeoning, there is little con- ceptual or empirical scholarship on.
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, Vol. 24, No. 5,pp. Self–forgiveness HALL AND FINCHAM SELF–FORGIVENESS: THE STEPCHILD OF FORGIVENESS RESEARCH JULIE H. HALL AND FRANK D.
FINCHAM University at Buffalo, The State University of New York Although research on interpersonal forgiveness is burgeoning, there is little con- ceptual or empirical scholarship on. May 11, · Self-Forgiveness: the Stepchild of Forgiveness Research Self-For endowness: The Stepchild of Forgiveness Research Roshunda Brown Liberty University expansive 26, Summary Julie H totally and forthright Fincham, authors of this article, Author: Sarah Moore.
ophers posit that self–forgiveness involves a restoration of self–respect (Dillon, ; Holmgren, ) and consists of three elements (Holmgren, ); first, self–forgiveness requires an objective fault or wrongdoing;second,negativefeelingstriggeredbythisoffensemustbe overcome; and, third, an internal acceptance of oneself must be achieved.Download