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  1. Sometimes you need to give a second chance. And the third. And the fourth. And the fifth. And the sixth. As a result, I got a hard time working on a person who, sorry, repeatedly peed on me and my problems.

    Now it is present to some extent. Think for yourself, a person will never completely change

  2. I join the comments above and add my opinion as well. Quoting and changing verbally a phrase from the Bible – hit on the cheek, substitute the other. We deserve a second chance and anyone has the right to make a mistake. Except that treachery is dissimilar to treachery.

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