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6c_6f_76_65 OP wrote (edited )

It is. :(

I don't see what is so hard about accepting responsibility, saying sorry, and making the effort to change. It is sad to see someone say "that hurts" and the offender stands behind a wall of "I don't give a fuck". Who enjoys living a life of not caring about others.

The person who posted took so much time to write out a heartfelt message. What kind of asshole can't even see the gratitude that was put into the message. Now I am just ticked off. Going for a hike so I don't take my frustration out on my computer.

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celebratedrecluse wrote

I don't see what is so hard about accepting responsibility, saying sorry, and making the effort to change.

People in revolutionary communities very rarely do this. People outside of revolutionary communities do so even less. It's a fucked up reality that people have a lot of wounded pride from our collective traumas. Nobody wants to admit we all have room to grow- at least, not in the moment that they are identified as participating in something unjustifiably hurtful to others.

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