Me too. But I am asking because I keep on playing these mind games with the guy I like. He forgave me twice but I'd understand if he wouldn't for the third time.
I like your answer 😄 It is true that it depends
From experience, both being the forgiver and being forgived, I realize that some people are just different. I've been forgiven several times and try not to make that same mistake. I've forgiven people several times because I believe that everyone messes up but it just depends on how YOU take it at the moment. I believe that most things are forgivable but some need more time than others.
So you let time do it's job?
Yes, because depending on how much that person hurt you, time heals and you will be much more wiling to forgive it some time has past. Good luck ☺️
Thanks you made me feel better 😊
In the scene of forgive as: "not wanting revenge and feeling that what have been done wrong to you is part of the past", then yeah I think you can have as much as you can of it.The other part however is: to evaluate if the person really regret what happens and willing from the bottom of his/her heart to change. This part of forgiveness depends on how much time you spent with the person just to only find the best APPROXIMATION of what's in his/her heart... the more time you have (before and after the mistake) the better your evaluation will be.
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