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  • Writer's pictureNicole Ogg

We are all bad in someone’s story.

This article is going to be short and sweet, mainly because there’s not much to say about it and because I want you to take the time to think about and reflect on the stories where you are the “bad” person.

The truth is, we will not always be good people. I have been a bad person more times than I would like to admit. I have broken hearts, I have lied, I have cheated in life, I have disappointed my family, I have betrayed friends, I have hurt people who I never wanted to hurt, and I hurt myself through my actions.

We are all bad in someone’s story because we’re human and we make decisions that people don’t always agree with. It’s inevitable. Sometimes you have no control over being the bad in someone’s story, and sometimes it’s all on you.

So, I challenge you to think about the people whose stories mark you as “bad.” Reach out to them, apologize, confess, do whatever it is that you feel is warranted. Maybe they will respond, maybe they won’t, and whether they choose to forgive you or not, at least you can say you tried to change your narrative in their story.

And if you must ask, yes, I’m taking my advice too.

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