"Forgiveness is so liberating and is emphasized in New Age books. Rabbi Elimelech, a great rebbe of the eighteenth century, was known to ask for forgiveness of everyone in his household before Shabbos each week. He would go to each servant, each child and to his wife, begging them to forgive him for anything he might have done unintentionally to hurt them in any way. It is a good thing to routinely ask for forgiveness from people we are close to because it is very possible that we have hurt them unintentionally. People do not always share how they have been hurt."
To Practice: At least once a week, ask members of your household to forgive you for anything you might have done unintentionally to hurt them in any way.— Melinda Ribner in New Age Judaism