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LetsBeHonest LetsBeHonest 22-25, M 16 Answers Dec 18, 2012 in Loss of a Friend

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Yes. It is wrong not to forgive. But it is time that you moved on and ended that friendship, cause if you are right and they are a frequent and rededative offender then they are going to do it again and again. So get out of that relationship and move on.

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To be honest, "Why would you want to?"

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I wouldn't say it's wrong to not forgive, that's something only you can decide to do, when you're ready. But forgiveness is not for the other person, it allows YOU to let things go and move on with your life, unencumbered. It also doesn't mean what they did was acceptable; you can forgive someone and still choose to no longer have them in your life.

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Loser is a loser. Sometimes your got to cut bait and leave. They will drag you down to their level if you don't.

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A friend right? Please accept it.

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If you keep this friend, you need to forgive. If you cut this friend loose, it doesn't matter.

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That's a friend?

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What kind of wrong are we talking about?<br />
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Like, "Hey man, I accidentally hit a couple of your flowers with the mower."<br />
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Or, "Hey man, I barebacked your fiance, your sister, and your mom in one night."

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Depends if he or she is close mate and depends what they did....

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nope, not really a friend from the sounds of it. find a real friend and cut loose this excess baggage.

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it's not wrong.<br />
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talk is cheap. apologies mean nothing if the person keeps doing whatever they apologized for.

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