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do you think you're strong enough to face, and to forgive, this person? (Add picture)

This item was submitted by Vudija (92) on 11/28/2006 7:57:40 PM.

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Vudija (92)
Depends. I forgave one without forgiving the other. The one who took responsibility and admitted his faults and admitted he had a problem and could never be trusted with children - he's been forgiven. I would not trust him, but he's been forgiven.

The other first tried to save his own ass by calling me a liar. He spent several years, even after being found guilty, trying to convince people he was capable of being around children because he didn't have a problem. He finally gave up that approach, by blaming everyone else without taking responsibility for what he'd done. I did not forgive him because of that. I can be civil if ever our paths cross again, but he is not forgiving and he knows that.

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Broodinghen (12)

I'm not inclined to bear an eternal grudge against someone who hurt me on purpose, so I'll probably forgive, but I will take precautions against getting hurt again which may be perceived as punishment. I'm also not inclined to waive just and reasonable atonement for damages. If there's a penal law to pursue what anyone did to me, I'm resolved to try and get the culprit sued, though I might abstain from any civil law suits in connection with it.

To my amazement I got better at forgiving since I got better at protecting myself or getting my own back. But I'm far from perfect and might arrive at the limits of my forgivness at any time.

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LastMessenger3 (40)
I've never been in this situation, nor do I want to, but whether if I could forgive him/her or not, will remain "the question". I'll never know what will click inside me to forgive or not to forgive.

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