Forgive That Person

Forgive that person who did you wrong at some point in your life, that person who took you for granted, disrespected you, used hurtful words, harassed you, abused you, cheated on you or treated you poorly. That friend, neighbor, lover or whoever that person is, JUST FORGIVE.

The one who was hurting you was probably hurt inside, that is why he chose to hurt you at the very first place. Just forgive him. Forgive him cause forgiving helps you to move on. Forgive cause you deserve peace and to let go of the pain. Forgive cause he wants love and kindness than anyone else, that’s the message he was giving while he was hurting you and treating you bad.

He was weak inside, did not know how to handle his own feelings and thoughts in a healthy manner and was at a difficult phase in his life. Someone who is stable and loving would never hurt you physically or mentally. So instead of getting mad at him, be sorry for him that he did not experience the true pleasure of unconditional love at that moment. Or the fulfillment of being kind. Be sorry for him for all the pure and beautiful feelings he missed himself.


Cause that is who you are. You are a strong, loving, kind individual and do not let people or circumstances break you down or make you evil. Do not let any amount of hurt, disrespect or taking for granted drag you down or to put you into a place of frustration, anxiety or hopelessness. Those are only TEMPORARY emotions that develop with tough situations. Realize that and be so quick to focus on bright side again.

How he treats you tells about who he is and how you treat him is who you are.

Forgive him for all that he did and forgive yourself for staying at such a toxic place. Maybe you stayed there too long, reacted with anger, shouted back at him or did things that made the situation worse and more toxic.

It’s all okay, now it’s all in the past.

Tomorrow is always a brand new day. Next hour is always a brand new hour. Next minute is always a good time to start. Forgive and create new hopes, plans, targets and opportunities. Gracefully let go of things not meant for you.

Do not hold on to anger, fear, hatred or feelings of sadness. Forgive and let the light within you shine bright again.

Note : Forgiveness doesn’t mean that everyone deserves a second chance or that you should stay at places that doesn’t serve you respect. There are truly toxic bonds and dealbreakers in the society and it is always up to you to protect yourself from such situations. If you identify a place as somewhere not that healthy to stay, then you can simply forgive and move on with your life and you should. Forgiveness is not about saying “Yes” to things that’s wrong, forgiveness is an inside job where you forgive that person from your heart and continue your life with RIGHT people who treat you with love, kindness and respect that you deserve. Do not mistakenly identify “forgiveness” as giving chances to people who do not deserve you and who you should stay away from.

Love and blessings to all 💕

18 thoughts on “Forgive That Person

  1. Wise words. Forgiveness is just as important for us as it is for the person we are forgiving.

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind words 😊 and yes forgiveness is so important for BOTH, in order to heal!
      Have a wonderful week JoAnn! 😊

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  2. Rather forgive that person, I believe to forget that person… No mercy….👍😀
    Though good share….

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    1. Thank you very much for sharing your ideas! And yes I agree with you, there are situations where we should forgive and forget.
      Have a wonderful day 😊

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    1. Thank you for reading Mcdrake.
      Have a nice day 😊

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  3. Thank you for sharing this one… A lot of people are having trouble forgiving. This is a wonderful content that will help a lot of readers understand the need to forgive, and also for them to understand the person at fault. Keep on writing. 🙂

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    1. Thank you very much for your kind words. I believe that forgiveness is a great medicine for us to get over the scars of the past and to understand the situations more deeply, instead of just putting the blames on the other person and labeling the “BAD” “BAD” “BAD”. That doesn’t mean everyone deserves a second chance or anything like that, there are really toxic bonds and dealbreakers in the society and it’s up to us to protect ourselves from such situations, but forgiveness is more about our mental peace. If it is not a healthy place for us to stay then we can simply forgive and move on with our lives, simple as that 😊
      Have a wonderful day my friend ❤️

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    1. Thank you very much!
      Have a wonderful day 😊

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  4. Forgiveness sets us free from the bondage of hate!

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    1. So true! Thanks for reading and sharing your ideas. Have a wonderful day 😊

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  5. Thank-you, this helps me see him in a different light.

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    1. You are very welcome Monica!
      I am beyond happy that it helped you! 😊
      Have a wonderful day and stay blessed.

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  6. Great post! There is definitely a balance that’s needed when it comes to forgiveness. Jehovah God requires us to forgive because he so readily forgives us of our offenses (Colossians 3:13). However, forgiveness doesn’t mean we allow further mistreatment or minimize the wrong doing. It’s very hard to forgive but by letting go we gain so much more peace. Here’s an article that I found to be helpful entitled “How to Forgive” –

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    1. Thank you very much for reading and dropping a wonderful comment. I totally agree with the fact you have mentioned, forgiveness doesn’t mean we should let people mistreat us, forgiveness doesn’t mean that we should be giving chances to every person. Thanks again for the link you have shared on how to forgive. I think it’s such a important topic to share nowadays that a lot of people find it really difficult to forgive one another. I’ll definitely go through the article!

      Have a wonderful day 😊


  7. Thank you so much for a wonderful message,God bless you

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    1. You’re very welcome 😊
      God bless you!


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