It struck me at the end that she makes the remark or asks the question of her brother Matt, If he thinks it’s easier for them to forgive him because he gave them good things in their childhood? Is it really for them to forgive him for what he did to Gabriel? Forgiveness is not theirs to give for the damage he did to Gabriel and the childhood he stole from him. I wonder how she would feel if others in her family said that they had forgiven the relative who sexually molesting her? She needs to focus on that forgiveness, because that’s her to give. She must accept who her father was. He was not a good person. Forgiving him is not really part of that process IMO. You love him still? Ok but don’t call it forgiveness. There is absolutely no excuse for physically abusing another person. She seems to think that it’s ok because she is female? She is working on it? No. You stop doing it. There is no degree of assault verbal or physical that is acceptable to inflict on others. If this was a man physically abusing a woman? He’d be in jail. There would be no tolerating it while he was working on it. Part of the last episode seems a lot like wallowing in victimhood and making excuses for your bad behavior. Wow Marlon. I feel sad for him. I think he’s traumatized. Left me feeling like he is the victim that is being ignored. Convulsing? You mean epileptic seizures? I’m a bit confused.
the modern medusa via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/25/20
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