Forgive them, even when they are not sorry. Let them be right if that’s what they need. Send them love and send them off. Don’t tie yourself to small-mindedness it will steal your well-being.
You must forgive those who hurt you, even if whatever they did to you is unforgivable in your mind. You will forgive them not because they deserve to be forgiven, but because you don’t want to sufferand hurt yourself every time you remember what they did to you. Forgiveness is your own mental healing. Forgiveness is an act of self-love.
Betrayals, hurt, deceit, lies and all worth always have a permanent scar on the heart. Most times, no matter how we try to forget them, how we try to act like we are happy or cool, it always comes back to haunt us.
When I lost my first love, I felt I would never find happiness again. I thought I was doomed forever, but little did I know that all I needed to discover myself again is to move on.
I felt betrayed and the amount of pain I felt then was something I thought I will never get over. My best friend stabbed me because of him; how could I live knowing that the two people I ever trusted broke me to the core.
I started lagging in my school work, I was a straight-A student and my lecturers invited me for counseling when they saw my grades dropping. I got in touch with the faculty counseling unit and then was able to live again.
They became my friends and reminded me there was more to life than the pains, betrayals, and everything I ever felt. They talked me out of trauma, out of the darkness I thought will envelop me forever. They made me see light again and move on from every negativity in my life.