Forgiving the Monster Within

Christ dying on the cross said in the gospel of Luke, “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do.” Sitting here, after the aftermath of yet another inability to handle my emotions like an adult. I wonder how forgiveness works, when I do know what I am doing.

My entire life my dad has told me I am like my mother. My entire life my mother has resented me for being like my father. No where, to this day…

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