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    PeterB

      Hi.

      A few years ago out with my cousin I just blurted out something really rude. I was horrified at what I’d said, as it was a really innapropriate thing to say. I apologised but was still was feeling awful. We moved on from it, however I feel ashamed. How  can I let it go?

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