I have noticed that I am very rigid when it comes to some things. I can forgive people who have wronged me, but I do not always let them back into my life to hurt me again. I have had several family members in the past say horrible things about me that I have forgiven them for. My mom was both a heroin addict and an alcoholic, and some of my older relatives always told me that I would end up just like her. She has since died, and I am still dealing with a lot of the pain and sadness. The problem is now that those same relatives are trying to reach out and be "friends" again, and I am not willing to go there. I have forgiven them for the things that they have said, but I do not want a relationship with people who could say such things to me-especially family. I guess what I am trying to say is am I wrong for wanting to get rid of toxic people in my life? I am about to be a mother in a couple of months, and I don't have the energy to put into repairing these relationships, especially since I have done nothing wrong.
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