It is no secret that many friends have hurt their ex-partner, often in a very personal way.
Sometimes it can even be the cause of some serious trauma.
Many times, this hurtful behaviour can be the result of a bad relationship or the aftermath of abuse.
Sometimes, it’s the result a breakup or divorce.
But what about those friends who are friends with their ex?
Many people have told me they feel bad for those who are hurt by their ex, especially if they’ve been in an abusive relationship.
I’ve been told that they feel that it’s not fair that their ex would have to suffer this kind of loss, and that they should be able to forgive their friend.
And some of them even say that they don’t want to be in an abuser’s shoes.
This is a terrible thing to say, but I’ve been called this on the phone and on Twitter.
I’ve received messages from friends who were in abusive relationships and now wish they could forgive their ex for what they did.
It’s an uncomfortable feeling.
It can be a very difficult thing to do when your friend has done something to hurt you or your loved ones, and you can’t forgive yourself.
So I’ve heard some of the reasons why people feel that way: that the hurt is more than just personal, or that they can’t accept that someone they care about hurt them.
These are just two of the many reasons why the feelings of betrayal, guilt, and betrayal are so common in friendships.
Sometimes I wonder if I’ve even been able to reconcile with myself about what I did, because I have a history of hurtful, abusive behaviour, and it never goes away.
In the case of my ex-girlfriend, I’m convinced that she was hurt by what I said and did to me.
As someone who has been in abusive friendships, I’ve had many friends who have hurt me, but the feelings and hurt that these friends have towards their exes has never stopped.
Sometimes when I think back to how I’ve behaved, I wonder how I can ever truly forgive someone who hurt me.
So, here’s my secret to avoiding this kind, toxic behaviour: If your ex-friend has been hurt by you, it doesn’t mean you’ve forgiven her.
It just means you’re sorry for what you did to hurt her.
When your ex says she wants to forgive you, you need to listen.
You need to be willing to admit that you’re hurting her.
You also need to realize that if you are in the relationship, you’re still hurting her and she still feels the pain.
Sometimes that pain can be as great as your ex.
You’re not just hurting her physically, but you’re also feeling guilty about how you treated her.
This guilt can lead to feelings of hurt and betrayal.
If you’ve been hurt in this way, it means that you can forgive your ex, but it won’t necessarily be easy.
If she’s in a bad emotional state, she may feel that you haven’t forgiven her, and she may even be feeling betrayed by you.
In such a situation, you may need to seek help from a friend, someone you trust and who is willing to forgive her ex.
I’m not saying you should have to go to therapy or take medication.
There are many things you can do to heal yourself, such as accepting that you hurt your ex and changing your behaviour.
You don’t have to forgive your former partner, but when you have been hurt, you have to be able that you don’t hurt again.
If you or someone you know needs help, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14.