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      A friend of mine has just put something on another forum, and I’m gonna share similar on here…  regardless of whether or not anything happened,  we aren’t celebrities whose behaviour put up in newspapers or on tv.

      We have a basic human right to make mistakes,  at any time, anywhere, simply so we can grow from them, and thus learn, from experience,  how to become better people.  A lot of the time we actually care far too much for our wn good. The person who never made a mistake, has never existed,  not in human form anyway…

      An article well worth a read is “Guilt release” written by Terence Watts, and published by divinit press.  I found it helped me when I was suffering from extreme guilt, when working in the care system…


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