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  1. myplace2spu
    May 14, 2013

    I liked your approach in this post. It wasn’t judgmental at all and was warm yet restrained.

    • David Hosier BSc Hons; MSc ; PGDE(FAHE).
      May 15, 2013

      Hi, Thank you very much for your feedback. Yes, I try to be as objective as possible so I’m pleased this shows. There is an expression, I think (though I do not recall its origin apart from the fact it was originally written in French), that ‘to understand everything is to forgive everything.’ I appreciate this can prove almost impossible in reality, of course; indeed, I wasted a lot of my life allowing myself to be eaten away with bitterness and resentment, to my enormous regret. I have just subscribed to follow your blog which I will make time to read soon. Best Wishes, David Hosier.

      • myplace2spu
        May 15, 2013

        Your welcome. I like that saying. I believe that’s been my mission, the underlying drive behind almost all I do. To understand is to not live in fear.I think bitterness can be just a big of a destroyer as drugs can be in someones life. Its addictive and relentless.I hope to release any bitterness I harbor I am able to let go of through writing and honestly talk therapy. Its can be challenging at times, but if not kept under hand I think it can be what drives people to hurt others like the way I was hurt. I hope you enjoy a look around. I look forward to seeing your posts in my reader.

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