When you can look deep into another person’s soul and their motives and you learn more about them, it becomes easier to understand why they would choose to do something. Being able to forgive doesn’t apply in all cases.
I know that what happened to me wasn’t personal. Although conscious decisions were taken to ignore my disability, I understand the reasoning. When we can reason, it makes life that little bit easier.
Growing up, it was other people’s insecurities, and an unwillingness to accept anything was wrong with me that set me along the not knowing about my disability path, and eventually in a new direction.
I cannot remember what age I was when I had already reconciled that I might never know about my disability. It’s not something any child should have to contemplate, let alone work through.
When anyone is wronged, others must reconcile what they did, but also have a willingness to accept any changes we go on to make as a result of us having been wronged.