Moral relationship among two or more persons, with many aspects, includes responsibility, obligation, or even normative expectation. This thesis attempts to survey the complete picture of moral relationship in two directions: (a) the damage of moral relationship, and (b) the action of repair after moral damage. The so-called normative expectations constitute some certain consensuses on which two or more people share ethical standards, and, then, the damage of moral relationship is that interpersonal normative expectations have not been met. Accordingly, moral repair focuses on restoring the normative expectation which is of authoritative trust and is "hopefully" believed in. In addition, people have had another way to respond to the wrongdoing for a long time, which is the so called "forgiveness". Forgiveness seems to be the panacea for dealing with wrongdoing and the means that we can draw on in the face of wrongdoing when we cannot easily settle. However, there are some problems with forgiveness. The thesis clarifies the concept of forgiveness in a more sufficient and appropriate way in which we describe different aspects of practical life, and also aims at avoiding the possible dangers of moral misunderstanding and the corruption of moral realm which inapt forgiveness could bring about.
Keywords：Moral relationship, Moral repair, Normative expectation, Trust, Hope, Forgiveness