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Forgive (or not) his parents

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We often want them, but this criticism is it legitimate? If so, do we necessarily have to forgive them? And what benefits can we expect? The psychiatrist and psychoanalyst Serge Hefez takes us behind the scenes of a family therapy that illuminates the way to go out of resentment. Granting clemency is usually done in six steps. Facing our own children, Nicole Prieur, psychotherapist, however, warns us against the temptation to excuse ourselves too much. A record for, perhaps, succeeding in overcoming his grievances towards fathers and mothers.

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