Sometimes you have to forgive and forget. Forgive them for hurting you and forget that they exist.
I forgave, but will never allow that person back in my life. I respect myself too much. ~ Donna Kelly
You can let go, but some of the hurt is still there, especially when you have done many nice things for certain people and they treat you like nothing. Trying hard to forgive. ~ Sandy Milligan
I’ve found it very empowering to seek to understand why people behave the way they do. It helps to view those who would hurt others’, as a reflection of their own past hurts. People are product’s of their experiences, and oftentimes, do not realize that their actions are reflections of their own inadequacies. Once we realize that the way someone treats us, says more about them (and the way they view themselves) than about us, it’s easier to forgive. Forgetting, on the other hand, would be self-destructive; being understanding doesn’t mean being gullible. ~ Lori Ann
You can just forget without forgiveness, let the anger go & move on with your life without those disrespectful people. For they obviously don’t value your worth in their lives if they mistreat you badly & not feel any remorse. ~ Kilani Greig
Holding on to anger means you letting an evil person control your mind and you as an individual. Forget them and move on to more positive things and look up to those who will love and treat you with the love and respect you deserve. ~ Francine Baldenegro
Just remember that a grudge is a very heavy piece of luggage, and the person who’s hurt the most is the one who refuses to forgive. If the offending person won’t apologize, forgive them anyway. You don’t have to like them, but for giving them cleanses you. ~ Earl Drennen