Forgiveness is a tricky thing. It is easy to think that if you forgive then the person thinks that means
everything is ok, and what he or she did wasn’t all that bad after all. Or that you will welcome the
person back in your life as it was before the act that broke things.
But that is not what forgiveness means. It simply means you are able to hope the best for them.
That should include them getting help for any issues they have as well, but overall you just hope
they can live a happy and good life, not hurting others in the future the way they hurt you.
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