Grudges: What Are They & Why We Hold On To Them?

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We all have come across a person who has held a grudge against someone and when you ask them about it, they can’t even remember why they are mad at the person. So why do people hold grudges? Psychiatrist & Chief Medical Officer at Haven, Michael McGee breaks down grudges. Michael also explains why people hold on to them and how you should go about letting them go.

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