It’s hard to accept that someone who hurt... - Deepstash

It’s hard to accept that someone who hurt you may only be having a hard time dealing with past trauma . But remember that you don’t know what the people around you have been through. And you especially can’t tell if you’d act any better had you been given the same lot in life as they have. Instead of passing on their suffering, we need to become more empathetic and understanding of those around us. 


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