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Synonyms for forgivingness

tendency to be kind and forgiving


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Participants in the humility condition also reported significant gains in trait forgivingness and trait patience along with decreases in trait negativity, whereas the control condition participants did not.
Beauty might come in the form of a surprising ray of joy, hope, connection, forgivingness, or love that emerges unexpectedly from the flux of events and words.
The disposition to seek forgiveness has recently been examined (Basset, Basset, Lloyd, & Johnson, 2006; Chiaramello, Munoz Sastre, & Mullet, 2008), and a three-factor structure has been found, which closely paralleled similar factors that have been found regarding the willingness to grant forgiveness, also called forgivingness (Roberts, 1995).
In the research, community's expectations from an individual were measured by Likert spectra according to 17 traits or characteristics, such as being outspokenness, kindness, forgivingness, having dignity.
Participants completed a demographic questionnaire and four instruments: the Transgression Narrative Test of Forgivingness (TNTF; Berry et al.
Accordingly, when scholars have examined personal bankruptcy a fresh start has been one of the key interests as the level of forgivingness is extremely high and only available at the personal bankruptcy level (Ayotte 2007).
Las estructuras (eg, forgivingness y conceptualizaciones) son similares en muchos paises.
There is plenty of room in Murphy's conception of the virtuous person for the idea that forgivingness is a virtue and, conversely, that vindictiveness is a vice, but there is also a recognition that forgivingness can cross over into a lack of self-respect, and that anger and even hatred of another will sometimes display strength and healthy self-respect, not the vicious aspect of vindictiveness.
They are a cross to be borne, a test of Russia's capacity for humble Christian forgivingness.
It is action, a way of being in the world that manifests the divine: To live out agape if to protect, trust, hope, and persevere with the other in patience, kindness, selflessness, humility, equanimity, forgivingness.
Peacefulness, more than simply an absence of contentiousness and constant ill-feeling, involves the presence of an attitude and action of cooperation, caring, kindness, forgivingness, gentleness, honesty, and agreeableness.
The use of music and dramma as important media for the spread of a culture of peace, in addition to revitalization of traditional Sudanese customs such as compassion, and forgivingness were also recommended.
9 percent of the cash settlement which the plaintiff received from the hospital, not including the forgivingness of the outstanding hospital bill.
The concept of a Laffer curve for the value of claims on a developing country can be used as an argument for debt forgivingness.