“I’ve always held Daisy on a pedestal. And therefore when she made a mistake and betrayed me, I was quick to grab onto it. I needed a reason to hate her—it masked my jealousy and made the resentment I had for her valid. But I have to admit, that resentment was there long before it came to a head.”
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“If I’ve learned one thing from this mess,” she told Karla, “it’s that life is short. Too short to hold grudges, too short to harbor regrets. I wish I could change the past but I can’t.”
Let's not pretend that what she did was some minor thing that you blew out of proportion. Or that your hurt, anger, and continued resentment weren't justified. Give me a break.
Man I wish I knew someone else who has read this so I can discuss want she did.
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