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It's generous of you to say that you would never fault someone for not forgiving...is there a reason that integrity and respect and keeping one's word don't rankly as highly with you as forgiveness? Forgiving does grant freedom and it certainly wipes the slate clean...for one person. The betrayed party still must live with the betrayal and rejection, while the one who committed the infidelity gets to go forth as if nothing happened. Forgiving certainly sounds like the high road, but telling someone that you forgive their treatment of you when they so clearly made a CHOICE to betray is more risky than the misguided trust in the beginning of the relationship
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