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If someone does not recognize how they have harmed you, there’s no point in forgiving them, but you can let go of your own bitterness about it. You don’t have to pretend like it never happened. You learn from it. You figure out how to hold your boundaries.
– Kyogen Carlson, “When Ghosts Come Back to Haunt Us”
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