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jade1024

  9 months ago
The drug was mellarill which is the same as thorazine.
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pdnr

  9 months ago
Not forgiving someone hurts YOU more than them. When you don't forgive, YOU are the one left holding onto bitterness, anger, resentment and hurt. I don't know the circumstances, of course, but she may even be merrily going about her life for the most part while you are still holding hard feelings inside.
Don't get me wrong; if you forgive someone and they continue to hurt you, then don't let that person be a major part of your life.* They may not deserve your forgiveness but YOU deserve letting go of the hurt you continue to have.
*Clarification: If your mom continues to hurt you (such as refusing to believe she did anything wrong or is not willing to admit that she did it with good intentions but causing bad results), you can limit the role she plays in your life. I don't mean hanging up on her calls or refusing to see her but you can limit the number of calls or end them as soon as you desire. You may want to make other plans for some but not all holidays.
However, as far as friends and acquaintances who you forgive but who don't deserve it by their continued actions, forgive them and then let them go from your life ... completely if need be.
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jade1024

  9 months ago
If you ask me a question I will answer it
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robert411

  9 months ago
How did seeing a psychiatrist ruin your health? I know it may not have felt good at first. I have struggled with major depression and anxiety for most of my life. Sometimes the help isn't pleasant, but it does give you a second chance. My family was at odds with me in the begining but now more supportive. YES, You should forgive your Mom, because she's your Mom trying to help you. Trust me, it will make YOU feel better. I hope you are doing better..
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jade1024

  9 months ago
I ran out of room so I could not give more details. There are a lot more details.
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slycke1

  9 months ago
Depends... Is she still around and in your life? Are you fine now...without her?
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