"That they can rely on me when they need me and that I've been loyal to them. Hopefully that I've made them laugh somewhere along the way, and did something kind for them."
"That no matter what the circumstance, you can count on me. I may not show up for everything and I may be a little late, but in the dire circumstances that we really need each other, we're there."
IS THERE ANYTHING THAT WOULD BE UNFORGIVABLE TO YOU?
"If they did something to my children."
"I've pretty much forgiven masses of wrong doing.... My godfather, who passed away, brought this psycho lady he was dating around my daughter. He didn't explain to me quite the extent of how nuts she was and convinced me she was safe and fine and that I could run to the store real quick and come back. And I did, foolishly. She robbed my house while I was gone- with my daughter there. She didn't touch her but I realized at some point that this woman was an addict and I left her with my child. And that this man whom I trusted with my life didn't explain to me the extent of what she was really about. And I never forgave him."
DO YOU REGRET THAT?
"I do. Immensely. He would write me letters on a monthly basis if not more frequently and letters to my daughter. He died a really painful and horrible death and I wasn't there at all for the last couple years of his life. I didn't forgive him and I have a lot of guilt about that."
DO YOU FORGIVE HIM NOW?
"I do. He was in a bad place himself and I couldn't let it go. I have tremendous guilt about that. But you know, I'm Jewish."
*Join the conversation. Has a friend ever done something to you that you felt was unforgivable?*