Forget him, if h doesn’t talk to you, oh eell 4 months ago
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I don’t want revenge or to hold grudges. I grew up in a home where never letting anything go was normal. I have never seen my mother forgive anyone for anything, that is not healthy. I want to be rid of any negative hate and anger and I want to make peace with the people that I despise most. I want to be able to lay my head down at night and feel nothing but peace. 2 years ago
This past week I have forgiven 2 of my ex boyfriends and apologized to them as well. I realized that it’s really dumb to hold on to the past and harbor negative thoughts and feelings. It probably isn’t good for your health or shortens your life in some way. There’s no sense in it at all. It wasn’t easy to let go, it took me a year to let these feelings go and to contact them again. I feel great about it now though. It’s definitely a big relief. I still have a while to go before I feel like I’ve completed this goal. 2 years ago
Trying to learn to be forgiven like my mom.
She’s my role model in learning to forgive and to forget.
She just has this gentle soul in her… 2 years ago
Things happen for a reason and time will take away the pain. I’ve started to realize that even though you may love someone, that person may not be the right person for you. That’s the most difficult thing to accept, however you are doing yourself and that person a favor in the long run. 2 years ago
I’ve got to move on from some bad experiences in my past. I’m working on this every day, and I’m making progress. 2 years ago
The scars that I have from decisions I have made will always be there. They taunt my mind and pull me to insanity. Without God I would not be here. Without friends I would not be (partly) sane. Without community I would make the same choices again. Can I ever forgive? I am not sure, I only hope that I can some day. Can I forget? Never. The first step is admitting that the problem is there. 2 years ago
first off, by saying “i’ve done this” is a big step. this is a life-long thing, or it is for me at least. being able to forgive someone after they’ve caused you an extreme mount of pain is really hard. some days, i don’t feel completely over the past, and other days, i couldn’t care less. take it day by day.
the bottom line is, the past will always sting. it will always sting a part of you, but you can choose to stay in those moments of sheer pain, or you can choose to accept that the past is the past. that nothing about the past will change. the words will always be said, the actions will always have been done, but you don’t need to always be angry about it. being angry about something in the past is useless.
how would you feel, if you found out that someone was mad at you for something that happened when you were 15? it was ages ago, and anger still be held onto is useless and stupid. it’s the same thing that’s going on inside you. anger, pain, whatever. it’s really the best idea to let it all go :) <3 2 years ago