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  • May 19, 2017 at 1:52 pm

    Elaina
    My heart grows heavy every time I read abusive, but I was once that because of fear of letting go and my own personal mental illness. I hope the person can forgive me but it’s a process of forgiving myself and facing reality that I was such a person once, so anyone is capable of it.
    Over the past twelve years since being diagnosed, I have spent time homeless, in prison, and as a Pharisee. Today I have gone to the other extreme of being a college graduate, married, and volunteering in a prison ministry.
    We teach prisoners to forgive the people that have harmed them, but also themselves. In fact we each write a list of offenders on a piece of paper then burn it as a peace offering to our Higher Power.
    I wish you the best in forgiving yourself because you are such a loving person and you deserve to have that reciprocated back. Plus I am a living testimony that if I can forgive myself and my atrocities, then anyone with a Higher Power can do it.
    Wishing you the best in your journey
    Cory

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