Have you experienced not talking to a person for 10 yrs?

Philippines
February 11, 2007 7:29pm CST
Your enemies can be your own relatives or best friends. Isolation from acquaintance is difficult. Some offense seems difficult to resolve. What should I do?
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@silentwill (1686)
• Philippines
12 Feb 07
I haven't talked to my highschool bestfriend for more than 8 years now. I created a gap that we seem to never could build a bridge on. Sad, but I hope that some to be able to build that bridge and reach out to him again.
• Philippines
13 Feb 07
Sometimes you feel like a hero, if you learn to forgive. We have to forgive to heal ourselves. There is no doctor that will give you medicine for Emotional Illness.
• United States
12 Feb 07
It would all depend on what the friend or person did to you 10 years ago? Did you just grow apart or was something done to hurt you? If you feel the person could be in your life and make you happy, then I would give them a chance after talking to them, depending on how you feel. If it would hurt you too much to have them in your life, or you cant trust them, trust your instincts and your heart!Good luck!
• Philippines
13 Feb 07
I decided to leave some people behind and seek to live in other places to avoid constant disagreement. After 12 years I come back - they are the same people they never have remorse about their errors. I guess acceptance is the best thing to do. If you cannot change them stick to them.
@babykay (2133)
• Ireland
12 Feb 07
It all very much depends on why you had a disagreement in the first place. I think that most things once analyzed and understood, may be forgiven. It does us good to forgive, to let go. It doesn't mean that we must forget, on the contrary we can learn from the experience. But it does the soul good to let go of emotionally draining baggage of resentment.
• Philippines
13 Feb 07
Forgiving someone is a matter of choice. But repeated abuse is hard to forgive. We are like rocks with sharp edges. It is impossible to live with encountering people of opposite nature.