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Oliver🇮🇱 @ApexOliver
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Try to avoid talking about your past mistakes and losses.
All you'll be doing is reopening old wounds and re-living the same pain all over again, time after time.

People feel the need to speak about their mistakes, it eases the pain, but you still feel it regardless
It's ok to talk about to one-2 friends/family members about your pain, but that should be it.

Many people would tell their pain/worries to everybody who would listen.
It's dangerous, it sends you into a spiral of pain.
Talk more> Feel more pain> Feel the need to talk more> more pain etc'

I can understand the need to vent, but what does talking so much help you with? How many words of comfort do you need to feel good?
Stop seeking attention
Talk to one-2 friends and go on with your life.
Embrace the pain, learn the lesson you need to learn and move on.

You're stronger than you think.
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