Jennifer Duann Fultz (she/her) is a writer and parent, born, raised, and educated in the Midwest. Major themes in her work include the inner lives of mothers, the relationships between mothers and their children, intergenerational transmission of trauma (or “sin”), and the experiences of Asian American immigrants. She also teaches BIWOC creatives how to make more money and builds information products and websites.

A Record of Wrongs
By Jennifer Duann Fultz

Forgiveness is a central tenet of Christianity, but more often than I would like, I’ve seen forgiveness weaponized against the victim, or used by the perpetrator and bystanders to absolve themselves of responsibility and complicity.