What has the person done hun? Hope your okay xLucie from www.bipolarbearandme.blogspot.com
The problem with hating is that it usually eats away at us, and has no effect whatsoever on the person who was the wrong-doer. Forgiveness is powerful and affirming, if you can achieve it. I know you are in pain, PB, and I hope you can move past it some day. Hugs ((PB))
Yes, but only for a time. I think hatred is a process you go through, similar to grieving. You start with hate and work through those feelings until you're at something else. Some prefer to get to forgiveness. I prefer to get to indifference because, to me, some things are just simply unforgivable.
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