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References

1. Burnham S. The Arizona shooting: at what point can we forgive? Guideposts. January 12, 2011. http://www.guideposts.org/blogs/inspirations-and-angels/do-we-forgive-jared-loughner-after-arizona-shooting. Accessed January 25, 2011.
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Additional Reading

Mahoney A, Rye MS, Pargament KI. When the sacred is violated: desecration as a unique challenge to forgiveness. In: Worthington EL Jr, ed. Handbook of Forgiveness. New York: Brunner-Routledge; 2005:57-72.
Pies R. Becoming a Mensch. Lanham, MD: Hamilton Books; 2011