Well folks . . .
I wish I had some good advice . . . but I don't. I just want to wish you well and say that I think it is a huge step being able to identify and admit an action(s) that hurt someone else. Then being able to sincerely apolgize (when possible) and move on is huge step. I have to focus my energy on things that I DO have control over and move on . . . or else I use up my limited emotional energy trying to change something that is now out of my control. In other words . . . you learn from your mistakes, make appropriate changes in your behavior, and move on.
If that isn't working then counseling (or a respected friend to talk to) can be a great help to get a better perspective.
In His Grip,
UCTD (Undifferentiated Connective Tissue Disease),
Hashimoto's Thyroiditis, Depression, GI Probs, High BP, Glucose Intolerance
I have no medical training.
The message above is my sincere attempt to share with you. You are now my friend. Thanks for being here.