I've been doing a lot of thinking lately, and I've come across a startling revelation: there's one person that I'll never be able to forgive. I'll make this a short story.
My brother went into the U.S. Army in 2002 and got out in 2006. In 2005, he got married and had a kid with some crazy Puerto Rican bitch (not that her race has anything to do with it). They got married and liven on base while my brother was in Iraq. He served two tours of duty for a total of about 19 months of service over seas.
When he got out in 2006, he and his wife were having problems, so he left her. He was stationed in Oklahoma (where he still lives) and drove 1100 miles back to Chicago (where I live). He was back home for about 6 months before he left to go and be back with his kids (which was a respectable thing to do). It wasn't until Christmas of this year that I saw him for the first time in almost 4 years. The reason that I didn't see him was because of his wife, who kept him from leaving and kept legally threatening him with a bunch of bullshit that I don't want to get into.
But here's the thing, I can never forgive my sister-in-law for keeping my brother away from me for almost 4 years. I don't see how anybody could? So, what I'm saying is, I'm having a real hard time forgiving her for fucking up my relationship with my brother.