What I mean to say, when we speak of forgiveness,what does that really mean?We think we are "forgiving" is that saying we accept what they did, thought about, then forgave them , why do we have to forgive them at all, why can't I jsut say , NO what yo did was not right and i am not going put myself through more hell by trying to reach down into my already broken heart and be the one to take the higher road and say "I forgive you " Its not like we are forgiving a debt her why do we have to forgive them at all, in my case my husband can sleep at night now ,he things everything is just freaking great, '"I wnet out had my fun and did what I wanted to do, because I was curious, and now my wife has forgiven me all is well once again 'and Im still hurting ,How do you know tht "forgiveness"Isnt just another word for "Permission?"Why do I have to get over it, and let it go, why can't I just be angry and hurt over it, and he has to "Deal with it " How can they ever realized what they have done when they havent realized what they have done was wrong when we forgive them,?"It's like thier failsafe, "I know she loves me and I can push it to the limit becuase i know she will forgive me," sure she'll be hurt but she will get over it eventaually"Does anyone every question Forgiveness?
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