‘Susan Cowe – Hampshire-EFT Saturday 23 July 2011 ‘An amended version’ I really enjoyed and liked Amy Winehouse’s music. What has happened to her does not surprise me, however it does, I suppose, disturb me. Some people with a destructive addiction do not get given the extra luck/ chance that others get. Some are just taken because they can’t cope, refuse to cope, assume they can cope, or keep on taking the substances that allow them to pretend they can cope.’ Oh God another ‘heavy’ blog _ I almost feel I should apologise! Some poor souls just can’t cope with life. They obliterate themselves with ‘their fix.’ Rather than sympathise, because I have some understanding of this kind of waste, I would just like to comment that those left behind have to deal with the aftermath of this kind of act. There are many things I would like to add , but choose not to. However I do know that forgiveness is the strongest feeling to strive for when someone hurts those closest to them, in whatever situation. In respect to this blog relating to Amy Winehouse, it is extremely destructive to be unforgiving. However to forgive is truly one of the hardest feeling to address.
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