Monthly Archives: June 2013

Forgiving someone – a hard call for a ‘Borderline’

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.” ~Mahatma Gandhi Up until my early 20s, I carried around a lot of anger toward someone in my life. I’d been hurt by a person I trusted, and for a long time in my adolescence I wanted to hurt them back. I lived […]

I must be a bad person

Last wrote I wrote about the situation with a couple that lived locally to me, here, here and here. To save you trawling through the old posts, basically myself and the lady (A) hadn’t been getting on well for about 18 months. I had made several comments about her which were derogatory, and I had […]