Forgiveness is a skill that is effective in healing relationships and keeping it going strong (Toussaint, Worthington & Williams, 2015). Despite being a vital skill, my performance of the forgiveness skill varies when I am with different individuals depending on the close connection between the people. Firstly, I have good performance with the skill when I am with close friends and family members. This is because they have a close relationship that is built on love and empathy. Therefore, caring become the default way of relating such that when a friend or a family member wrongs me, I tend to forgive and let go quickly despite the hurt. As a result, it is much easier to resolve conflicts by believing in the good intentions of the friend or partner. Also, it is due to the fact that we always believe that no one is perfect.