Regretting and punishing are such different things

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: True Confessions  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: October 17, 2018

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Submitted: October 17, 2018





How can you move on when something terrible happens? How can you forget that it happened and just move on?

What do you need to do to get it removed out of your brain? 

How can you remove all those terrible thoughts of guilt and regret out of your head? How long does it take to be forgiven? How long does it take to forgive yourself? Deserve people a second chance? 

These are all questions that have been running trough my brain since last summer and the sad part is, I still got no answer to them. The fact that I still constantly think about it, about a moment I want to abandon out of my brain, says enough. But I cant help it, it’s still in my brain and I don’t know how long it will be there and if it’s ever gonna go away.


You see, sometimes people do things without thinking. They just don’t think it through. They don’t have bad intentions, but they don’t see the consequences. They only thing they see is their happiness at that moment. Does that make it a bad decision? Does that make them a bad person?

When your decision makes you happy but makes another person unhappy, does that mean you don’t need to do it?

Especially when that somebody is a friend of yours?

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