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Have you ever shed a tear after physically hurting someone?


If so what did you learn?

 

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Lessons Learned After Physically Hurting Someone

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    Mary Wickison (Blond Logic) 5 years ago

    Some people will say what you did was wrong, not me. Years ago, this bully's behavior wouldn't have been tolerated and the neighbors would have 'sorted out' the problem within their community. This is what happens if people just ignore it. Good on u


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    Laura Brown (That Grrl) 5 years ago

    That's awful. Poor you. I was always the kids who sat out at sports too. I'm glad nothing like this happened to me. It was enough always being last when we had to run around the track, at least that was just me.

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    freecampingaussie 5 years ago

    Back when children were disciplined , smacked etc we grew up to be more respectful etc . Children these days are turning out to be uncontrolable because parents are not allowed to punish them .Its horrifying to see what they get away with now .

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    Barnsey 5 years ago

    Thank you for answering honestly. We all have moments where we lose control. The key is that you recognized your error and the root of your explosion, without understanding there can be no control.


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