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YOU ARE NOT OBLIGATED TO FORGIVE SOMEONE JUST BECAUSE THEY SAID I’M SORRY

While I appreciate genuine apologies,  what rests within me requires more than a word to fix.  The damage developed into anger, sadness, pain, and resentment.  It has gone unattended for so long, it’s become septic.

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DON’T TELL ME HOW TO FEEL

You don’t get the right to tell me to forgive, forget, or move on. If you’ve never walked in my shoes or experienced my hurt, you don’t have the right to determine how and when I should move forward after being wronged. I think so much on how good I was to the people who […]

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WITH DEEP SYMPATHY

And in that moment I pitied her because through all of her adversities, she never learned compassion.

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