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Whether you have been horribly hurt or betrayed, many of us carry the emotional baggage that comes with not being able to forgive someone else or even ourselves. Leaving the Emotional Cage is a weekly podcast that will guide you step-by-step through the journey of finding forgiveness. Finally, you can let go of feelings of anger, bitterness, or resentment so that you can truly achieve emotional freedom and lasting happiness.

LEAVING THE EMOTIONAL CAGE

A Journey Through Finding Forgiveness

Episode 1: What is Forgiveness and Why Does it Matter?

Many people live with a part of them from the past and hold onto anger, hate, bitterness,  resentment, shame, regret, fear. guilt, and much more. These feelings were never ever meant to keep forever! So the question is when is enough enough?

Episode 2: Forgiving Those in Our Immediate Family

What happens when the people we expected and trusted the most hurt us? Whether there has been a family betrayal, abandonment, or hurt, forgiveness is possible.

Episode 3: Forgiving When Someone Is No Longer Living

Sometimes reconciliation isn’t possible. When my father committed suicide, I felt an enormous amount of regret, sadness, and remorse. Eventually, I discovered that forgiving IS possible – even after someone has passed away.

Episode 4: Do You Need to Forgive In Person?

When it comes to asking for an apology, so many people fear confrontation, and the possibility of rejection. What if they respond harshly and we are hurt all over again? In this episode of Leaving the Emotional Cage, we discover if confrontation is truly necessary in order to forgive someone else, and how to prepare for the most unwanted confrontations.

Episode 5: Is There Any Action or Offense That is Unforgivable?

Listen to this podcast to discover how you can heal yourself from the deep pain and wounds that began a long time ago…

Episode 6: Is There a Right or Wrong Time to Forgive?

When is the right time to forgive? Is there a wrong time? In this episode of Leaving the Emotional Cage, we explore the answer to these tough questions.

Episode 7: Do You Need to Love a Family Member Just Because They Are a Family Member?

This podcast puts this question on center stage. Perhaps it may guide you to inner peace.

Episode 8: What is the "EROS" Equation? [ Most Common on Forgiveness Books ]

Episode 9: Have you heard about "The Man On The Train"? [ One of the BIGGEST Lessons in Forgiveness ]

Episode 10: Expiration Date of Guilt and Shame [Expire those Feelings and Break Free]

Episode 11: Forgiving Ourselves and Forgiving Others [ A LESSON FOR EVERYONE ]

Episode 12: Being Wounded as a Person [ EMOTIONALLY ]

Episode 13: Forgiving Is A Decision NOT A Feeling

Episode 14: Prisoner of Holocaust (I EVEN SPOKE WITH ONE OF THE SURVIVORS)

Episode 15: Why Commitment is Important to Forgiving? [ IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT YOU ]

Rob Corbin began conducting programs on forgiveness shortly after losing his father to suicide in June of 2008. With the tragic death of his father, Rob had a realization of a truth that he never confronted in his own life. The truth of accepting that he had been living a life filled with anger, resentment and bitterness towards his dad for the extreme discipline he experienced at the tender age of 6 years old.  The truth hit hard.  

He was living in an emotional cage for 46 years – and by his own choice! This choice resulted in pain and he was never able to find peace or forgive his father until it was too late. While the death of his father was tragic, at that moment Rob’s life took on a new purpose. Rob embraced the need and desire to learn and share with others how to forgive. To forgive both ourselves, and others is powerful and forgiving is a decision we are free to make at any time.

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Rob Corbin began conducting programs on forgiveness shortly after losing his father to suicide in June of 2008. With the tragic death of his father, was born a realization of a truth Rob never confronted in his own life. The truth of acceptance for living a life filled with anger, resentment and bitterness towards his own father, for an extreme discipline at the tender age of 6 years old.The truth, hit hard. That he lived in an emotional cage for 46 years by choice. A choice which resulted in never making peace and forgiving his own father until it was too late. With the death of his father was born a new purpose in Rob’s life. The need and desire to learn and share with others how to forgive. To forgive both ourselves, and others. And that forgiving is a decision we are free to make at any time…..

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