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08 Mar 2004
I want to kill
There is someone who has hurt very badly. How do I get over the pain. I know that if I kill him I will feel better. It has been over 6 months and I still feel bad. Help. Why is it that when you are good, people hurt you so much?
Pain, we've been through these ideas before, in other postings. Killing him absolutely will NOT make you feel any better, but will land you in such trouble that this stage of hurt will seem like bliss by comparison. Would you rather be miserable in jail than where you are at present ? Don't give him the power over you than enables him to cause so much hurt. If he could do that to you, he's not worth regretting so sorely. See a counsellor and work on resolving all these raw feelings, so you can get on with the rest of your life, freeing yourself from the pain, and ignoring him.
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