None taken. He's a real donut sometimes. (He's not talking to me either right now. It's a wonder he has anyone left to talk to.)I think it would be hard to be like that. No offense.
it makes more sense.I'm similar to that. With myself it goes: Feeling bad, finding reason it feels bad, asses who was wrong, decide if it even matters who was wrong, forgive/end. Stay reasonably happy .
Holding grudges locks you in the past.
I don't even know if "forgiveness" factors in for me as a conscious thing.
I just don't really easily lock people out.
My ESFP kid always boggled my mind, though. I could not understand how he could get SO angry with someone, then the next minute be totally fine again.
I guess the topic is interesting to me, coming from my religious background where we were always admonished to forgive and I watched various people struggle with what that meant for them.