Most of us have been hurt by someone in our past—a family member, friend, colleague, or stranger. The legacy of conflicts and hurtful words can stick with us for a long time, let alone the pain of betrayal, trauma, and abuse. There’s a lot to forgive. But nobody should or even could ever be forced to do forgive. It’s a personal choice, and one that everyone gets to make for themselves. But research shows that, for those who feel ready, forgiveness can be good for their health. Host David B. Feldman interviews Dr. Robert Enright, psychologist and author of many books, including Eight Keys to Forgiveness and Forgiveness is a Choice about what forgiveness is, what it’s not, and how to do it.