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Forgiveness, Unforgiveness, Health, and Disease

Forgiveness, Unforgiveness, Health, and Disease,Alex H. S. Harris,Carl E. Thoresen

Forgiveness, Unforgiveness, Health, and Disease   (Citations: 21)
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    • ...Consistent with the argument made elsewhere by Harris and Thoresen (2005), who wrote that forgiveness is not expected to have a direct effect on health, but is hypothesized to affect health through mediating mechanisms, we found that the relationship between forgiveness and health disappeared when the proposed mediating mechanisms and their interrelationships were controlled...

    Michelle Greenet al. Positive Affect, Negative Affect, Stress, and Social Support as Mediat...

    • ...Although previous research suggests a link between anger and forgiveness (Worthington, 1998), and between forgiveness and both physical and mental health (Harris & Thoresen, 2005; Toussaint & Webb, 2005b; Worthington et al, 2007), we know of no other published data examining the inter-relationships between anger, forgiveness, and suicidal behaviour...

    Jameson K. Hirschet al. Forgiveness as a moderator of the association between anger expression...

    • ...They assert that forgiveness can promote mental health (Enright & Fitzgibbons, 2000; Thoresen, Harris, & Luskin, 2000; Toussaint & Webb, 2005), physical health (Enright, 2001; Harris & Thoresen, 2005; Temoshok & Wald, 2005), self-reconciliation (Holmgren, 2002; Payne, 1991; Worthington, 2003), and reconciliation with God (Countryman, 1998; Jones, 1995; MacArthur, 1998)...

    Philip John Halstead. The Forgiveness Matters Course: A Theologically and Psychologically In...

    • ...Consistent with the argument made elsewhere by Harris and Thoresen (2005), who wrote that forgiveness is not expected to have a direct effect on health, but is hypothesized to affect health through mediating mechanisms, we found that the relationship between forgiveness and health disappeared when the proposed mediating mechanisms and their interrelationships were controlled...

    Michelle Greenet al. Positive Affect, Negative Affect, Stress, and Social Support as Mediat...

    • ...Higher levels of forgiveness have been linked with good outcomes in terms of mental health (eg, Coyle & Enright, 1997; Worthington & Scherer, 2004) and physical health (eg, Harris & Thoresen, 2005; Witvliet, Ludwig, & Vander Laan, 2001; Toussaint, Williams, Musick, & Everson, 2001; Witvliet et al, 2001)...

    Briana L. Rootet al. Gender Differences in Response to Experimental Forgiveness Prompts: Do...

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