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Second, differentiation of self was expected to positively predict decisional and emotional forgiveness after controlling for the impact of the event, impression management, and hurtfulness.
What those letters offer is a dark and dismal world where no one can take responsibility for their hurtfulness, their self-centeredness, their arrogant entitlement, their stupidity, and learn the necessary lessons - to grow up and move on to a good, honest, decent life.
The unique position of mental health counselors allows them to communicate that the process of forgiveness may be an effective way to recover from interpersonal hurtfulness.
But still I affirm, that it is not the view of this utility or hurtfulness which is either the first or principal source of our approbation and disapprobation.
The standardized item alpha for men's hurtfulness rating was .
The degree of malicious intent and hurtfulness increases when members of other sympotic groups are attacked (as in Alcaeus, Frr.
First, he distinguishes the hurtfulness of rape from its wrongfulness; secondly, he classifies its harms and characterize its essential wrongfulness; thirdly, he criticizes a view of rape as merely 'sex minus consent'; fourthly, he criticizes mistaken attempts to discount the wrongfulness of rape for those who do not value sex; fifthly, he contrasts two models for weighing interests, according to one of which rape is not seriously wrongful; finally, he sketches a defence of the view that our sexual integrity ought to be a central interest of ours.
We certainly apologize for any hurtfulness that arose as a result.
Truths that remain untold, lies, and misconceptions promote ill will, hurtfulness, and distrust.
I SYMPATHISE with Mr Handyside of Swarland (December 29) as I have also been attacked by the floor flying up the stairs, causing me a broken ankle and immense pain, agony and hurtfulness.