Talk amongst yourselves.
Is it possible for a person to completely change who they are?
And is it possible to be too forgiving?
If you're like my husband, you might believe you can hold a grudge forever and cut someone out of your life for good. I think that's too extreme, I think holding a grudge just makes a person bitter and angry and eats away at the grudge holder more than the person they are holding it against. Life is too short for that.
I do think it is possible to be too forgiving too. Some people are doormats, consistently being walked on by other people, or one certain person in their life that they allow to use them or abuse them again and again. But, when you're in that situation and you really love someone, I can see how it's hard to get out of that cycle and stop forgiving. Where do you stand on forgiving and forgetting?As for people completely changing who they are, I'm not sure. I've seen people change completely for the negative, I mean look at drug addicts or alcoholics who become someone totally different. And people do it without the chemical influence too. I think complete change for the better is a harder thing to do. The jury's still out on that one.
What do you think?