You know, I generally don’t have a hard time getting over things. I think I get this from my mom. She seems to be this way too. One minute she’s mad, but the next she’s over it, or acts like she is. I guess that’s kind of how I am too. I’m not totally over things instantly, I might let them stew a little bit, but in the end I generally just tend to pretend it didn’t happen. Which isn’t exactly the same thing as forgiveness initially, but it usually leads to that.
I will forgive easily, because I’m know that everyone makes mistakes, but at the same time, I will always remember what happened, or what was said, and because I’m a strategically mean person, I’ll probably bring it up again during something totally unrelated. I’m working on that, but I am self-aware enough to know that’s what I do.
So, forgiveness isn’t really a rough thing for me. Except for when it comes to myself. I’m not very forgiving with myself. I have a hard time giving myself a break for the stupid things I’ve said or done, or the things I haven’t said or done when I should’ve.
I’m not going to go into detail because I don’t feel like the internet is an appropriate place discuss this stuff and I think this is a really dumb question. It just makes you rehash things that, by your own admission, you’ve put in the past. It also encourages you to call out other people, which isn’t the kindest thing in the world. Bad question, question creator.