to connectVideoKatherine Judge Pratt, to share the powerful stories of forgiveness in new book
Dr. Judge Pratt, sitting down with Fox & Friends’ to talk about the inspiration behind her new book, ” The Power of Forgiveness.’
Katherine Schwarzenegger went on the “Fox & Friends” Tuesday morning to talk about the inspiration behind her new book, ” The Power of Forgiveness.”
The 30-year-old author admitted she was “struggling with forgiveness, in [her] life”, and this book really helped her in ways she never could have expected.
“I was so blessed to have people open up to me, in a way, it was a great gift and is a gift to all who read this book,” she explained. Schwarzenegger revealed that he talked with people, such as Elizabeth Smart and Nicole Brown Simpson’s sister, in the interviews on their forgiveness journeys, and learned that everyone is different and that there is no right or wrong way to forgive.
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“I’ve got a pretty good collection of people who have practiced forgiveness and the struggle with forgiveness in a variety of ways,” she added. “Forgiveness is a unique subject. It was important for me to have a good variety of different experiences.”
While the research on forgiveness, Schwarzenegger said that the issue of faith came up several times, and it is an area, in particular, is that she and her husband, Chris Pratt attached to it immediately.
“[Faith] is a huge part of our relationship, and it’s also a big part of our lives,” she said. “I was brought up with the belief that a large part of my family’s life as well. [Faith] is a huge part of the process of forgiveness and healing in the life in general, so if you are in a position to get your [faith] is to trust in and lean on is a gift.”
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The couple was married in June, 2019 at the latest, in Montecito, California.
Schwarzenegger also said that she learned through her interviews, that it is a common misconception about forgiveness is that it helps other people, but it is the daughter of Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger revealed it is forgiveness, it is really meant for you.
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“The common denominator in all of the interviews in this book, is really what the forgiveness is a gift that you, yourself,” she said. “It’s not about the other person. It is about taking back your power.”