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... month, then once every few months. Then I slowly started to forgive myself. It was, and still is, an on-going process. For a really long time I could not talk about what happened that day. I still can’t sometimes. The emotions are not as strong as they were a year ago but they are still there, haunting me like a ghost. I think part of the reason I felt so guilt ridden was because I had never in my life done anything like this before. It was so out of character for me. I had never felt this guilty about anything in my entire life. Sometimes I still wish I could take it all back, but then I remember how much I learned and how much I grew as a person. I realized that absolutely no one is worth your parents love and trust. I also realized that your family will always be there to forgive you. In the end, they love you unconditionally. That’s the beauty of having a family.
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