There’s no rule book on when you should forgive someone.
There’s also no rule book on how many chances a person should receive. It’s all about the individual and their choice.
When we think about forgiveness, we obviously choose to put aside the wrong “doings” of the opposing individual.
However, it’s hard and it takes a while for many people to get to that step.
Once you get past it, there’s a weight lifted off of your shoulders.
I always see the good in others no matter how much they show me otherwise. I understand we were all raised differently, not everyone has an understanding mom/family member like I do. Some people don’t see the wrong in their actions.
I’m in no way excusing someone’s mad behavior, I just believe in forgiveness and moving on.
On the other hand, I was also taught to give people limited amount of chances. If someone really cares about you, they’ll take their mistake and learn from it.
From the lesson, they’ll either change and treat you with respect or test their luck and make the same mistake.
These are the type of people you have to limit your availability to.
They clearly don’t know your worth (relationship, friendship, family, bosses at work) and you’ll be better off without them.
Forgiveness is something that can’t be rushed. There’s no time limit. You have the right to choose wether someone deserves to be in your space again or not.
It’s your decision.
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