I have no problem letting go of grudges, as long as the responsible party apologizes and promises not to do it again. However, nobody has really done anything that horrible to me before.
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I wish someone had taught me, when I was young, to stand up for myself in uncomfortable sexual situations. When I was 12, a friend and I were playing a video game at an arcade; it was a car race one that you stood on a step to reach the pedal and steering controls. This old man, probably in his 60’s, came and slid by us and rubbed his erect penis across our behinds. There were only a few people there, so there was no reason for him to come so close. It scared us, but all we did was run and hide in the back of the arcade. It’s obvious to me now that people should teach their children what to do in this type of situation. We never told anyone, because we thought we would get into trouble. Now, why do you suppose we thought we would get in trouble? Answer: because neither of us had nurturing mothers. Mothers make the world go round and I envy people that have one. I don't understand why I turned out so sensitive and compassionate toward people. Being sensitive, means I can cry at the drop of a hat; it also earned me nicknames like whiner, crybaby and wimpy. My father is sensitive too, but that didn’t stop him from teasing me about crying; I imagine his dad treated him in the same manner. Papa was a hard man. The arcade memory makes me sad and angry. If I ever get a chance to have a child, I’ll probably be obsessively overprotective.
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