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How often do you forgive people?

For me, whether its family or friends, its a "three strikes and your out of my fucking face" ordeal. And that's out of fairness if it's not to the point where I just end up not wanting to deal with certain things at all.
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Good ask man xD I Like this ^^
J_E_T posted 9 days ago
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Thanks dude XD
pLaStIcSUNDAE posted 9 days ago
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For some reason when I look at the tanong now, I can't help but just think "You gotta know when to hold'em, know when to fold'em. Know when to walk away" XD It just fits for some reason
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2ntyOnePilots said:
It depends on what they did.

Actually it depends if it was an honest mistake or human thing or a one time thing or whatever. I’ll forgive most things, but if I’m being used they can F off. If someone takes advantage of me forgiving them and keeps repeating their actions that’s a definite no.
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posted 9 days ago 
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Especially with close mga kaibigan I try very hard to keep them. Close to unconditional as I can get. I’ll make sure they get exactly the problem and talk i5 out. I don’t drop people quickly.
2ntyOnePilots posted 9 days ago
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Yeah, its the repetition that makes me just cut off completely. Its like, I understand that people make mistakes. But if that same mistake is repeated over...and over...and over..........and over xD Is it really a mistake sa pamamagitan ng that point? And I can definitely understand not wanting to be taken advantage of. That's a big FUCK OFF from me at that point. Other than that, I'm pretty chill. But if I have to keep talking out the same problem, that's usually when I'm just done. A little harder to do with the closer mga kaibigan unless it's something that I just can't bring myself to forgive.
pLaStIcSUNDAE posted 9 days ago
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^ exactly
2ntyOnePilots posted 9 days ago
J_E_T said:
Depends if family/friends I forgive easily but If they hurt me deeply I never forget and hold a grudge against them even If we still close. I do fight till end to keep them close to me. As for people in general, I forgive if they gave me enough prove that they are being genuine other than that I would never give a shit.
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I can't hold a grudge for too long because its tiring. That, and I end up forgetting why I had the grudge to began with XD Unless its something that I just really got annoyed with eventually. But I can see where you're coming from too. The thing with me though is, if the problem is repeated then I end up thinking that the "genuine" wasn't all to genuine. Unless it was a legit human mistake, of course.
pLaStIcSUNDAE posted 9 days ago
Zeppie said:
I forgive fairly easily. But I won't forget. I don't think forgive and forget is very wise moving forward, nor truly possible. I don't like hanging onto things and being bitter.

Very very rarely I won't forgive someone. This doesn't happen often though and only happens if the person had an insanely huge fk up.
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zanhar1 said:
Depends on what the person dead and who the person was who did it.

Like my sister did something to me once and I cut her out for two months. Like we would physically fight on sight for the first week after sinabi event. But since then we've been cool.

For the most part I get angry in spurts and let it go really fast. Like I let things go as quickly as I get annoyed. But there are exceptions where I can draw out a grudge.
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posted 9 days ago 
BB2010 said:
Honestly, people are lucky I’m not going full on Sweeney Todd
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Right tho XD Lmao
pLaStIcSUNDAE posted 9 days ago
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That's a damn good movie/musical tho
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cosmic_fusions said:
I do it quite often. I don't like holding a grudge against someone in an obvious or indirect way, negativity just puts me in very low spirits. If I'm mad at someone it doesn't mean I completely hate them either or want nothing to do with them, especially if I've known them for quite some time. I know how they truly are and am able to forgive them easier than others, I guess. It also depends on the situation. If it's something irrelevant to be angry about then I don't see a point in forgiving but rather just shaking it off.
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BlindBandit92 said:
Depends on severity of sinabi and depends on their relation and how their relation matters to me among other aspects including situation.

That complex equation would give me justifiable reasons whether I should give someone one strike or many.

But they did something that is against fundamental beliefs/viewpoints/etc. I will madami then likely be completely pissed off and I won't forgive them. I have a strong temper. I am pretty coolheaded/laid back unless you piss me off

So if it's a minor incident and I do not believe people meant to do sinabi thing. It'll be a higher possibility of forgiving generally. On the other hand if they knew it pissed me off and they did sinabi thing anyways well then. I will hold that against them unless certain issues are solved. And even then depending on the case maybe not.
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posted 9 days ago 
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At the "complex equation" bit, I swear I had Vietnam flashbacks of tan sin cos and log. But then I remembered what thread I was on XD
pLaStIcSUNDAE posted 9 days ago
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But overall, I get what your saying. As stated, I'm pretty chill myself. I can definitely understand when people say shit intentionally to piss people off. I don't really even get angry. A simple "fuck off" and I'm going on about my business, and if its happened madami than once, then that's just my cue to say fuck forgiveness and not deal with a person anymore period.
pLaStIcSUNDAE posted 9 days ago
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To be honest, its really because my tolerance for people's bullshit has sort of lowered I think. And that's saying a lot, considering that I'm usually the type to be as kind as can be when I'm supposed to and try to give chances. But from experience, I've found that giving too many chances ends up being like letting someone stab you in the leg, and they say "sorry". But then stab you in the leg again, if that makes any sense.
pLaStIcSUNDAE posted 9 days ago
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Wow lol
BlindBandit92 posted 9 days ago
CokeTheUmbreon said:
It depends on the person. If I have respect or a liking towards them, it takes a lot for me to not forgive them.

If I hated/disliked them from the get-go, even the slightest from that person can piss me off to the point where I won't forgive them.

If I don't really know the person, and they come off as remorseful for what they did, I'll madami than likely forgive.
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