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  • 2 October 2014
    I Forgive You Hq

  • Official Release – The App of Forgiveness

    After yeas of tying to come to terms with the brutal killing of her father  businesswoman Sue Henry* was compelled to develop the I Forgive You mobile app to help others dealing with grief or personal upheaval.

    Using her personal experience in dealing with the emotions of grief and anger and finally letting go, Henry created the I forgive you app which helps users to express their thoughts on forgiveness, or to share their love, declare their gratitude, make apologies or just simply tell someone they care.

    “I never imagined the knowledge I gained in coming to terms with my father’s tragic death would completely change my outlook on life,” said Henry. “In honour of his memory I decided to share my experience with others to possibly help them find peace in their own lives.”

    The free app offers an easy to navigate menu comprising Forgiveness, Love, Gratitude, Apology and Thoughtfulness where users can express their thoughts and even choose to receive a return message of encouragement and support.

    The user also has the option of sharing their thoughts with a partner, friend or family member via email or saving them in an archive list for future reference.

    The app is available in both the IOS and Android marketplace.

    https://www.facebook.com/IforgiveYouApp

    http://iforgiveyou.com.au
    ENDS

    For more information or interview please contact Sue Henry on 0418 506 671
    or hq@iforgiveyou.com.au
    * Sue Henry – background

    http://iforgiveyou.com.au/about/


    Sue Henry
    FOUNDER
    0418 506 671

    www.iforgiveyou.com.au
    www.facebook.com/IForgiveYouApp
    www.twitter.com/IForgiveYouApp

  • 31 October 2014
    Gizmo Editor
    (Online Blog Publication)

  • Horrific crime leads to a apps for peace and forgiveness

    If you want to know how to turn a horrible event into something positive, talk to Sue Henry. In 2012, her 72-year-old father was attacked in his home in Australia, severely beaten and later died. More