“My parents, my bullies, my family, my friends, and people who I don’t even know are forgiven. They aren’t trusted, but they are forgiven and I hope they forgive me too.” –Coily Sue
I did a reblog of this post because this woman’s transparency and her strength definitely impact others. It’s not easy to reflect on the past or to focus on healing, but when we do, we venture closer toward peace.
Losing your parents and still being able to see the beauty in yourself, flaws and all, is so inspiring. Never give up and if you are feeling low, this post is for you.
Healing Over Everything 🙌🏽
Question: How do you forgive when the apology ever comes your way?
First, I don’t care for apologies when the behavior is repeated. The best apology is the person not doing it again. I want more than anything for me to tell them exactly how something bothers me and what they did was wrong. Some might give an apology and I do appreciate it when the person really wants to resolve the issue.
But what about the times when the person doesn’t want to resolve anything? What if they don’t think they were wrong?
Second, I acknowledge what and who I am dealing with. Am I dealing with a narcissist? An I dealing with a truly confused person and we are just misunderstanding each other? Is the person truly mentally ill?
If so, those are the moments when I accept that I’m not going to get that…
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