Forgiving your partner if they’ve done something to upset you can be one of the hardest things to do in a relationship.
When you’re feeling disappointed, angry or betrayed, the idea of forgiving someone can feel a little bit like giving in – as if, by letting go of your resentment, you’re allowing them to ‘get away with it’.
It can be more tempting to hang onto negative emotions – acting distant and frosty as a way of punishing the person who has upset you. It’s not unusual to feel this way. Working through these kinds of difficult feelings can take some time. But forgiveness is a bold step in the right direction. It involves you being able to make a deliberate decision to put your partner’s transgressions – or perceived transgressions – behind you, so you can both move forward together.if a relationship is going through its rough path relationship counselling will ease things for couple and mostly to forgive each other.