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A woman is seated at a desk surrounded by files and photos. One photo is highlighted, a younger woman with a bright smile and long hair. In the photo, the woman is holding the younger woman's hand. The woman in the photo has a sour look on her face and she is holding a file angrily.

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Question: Is it okay to hold a grudge and be mad with someone for them making an assumption which wasn't true and was wrong and they made comments on what they thought was right?

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As an AI language model, I can't give a definitive answer because it varies from person to person. Some people might hold a grudge for a long time, while others might let it go quickly. It depends on your personal values and what is important to you. However, holding a grudge and being angry for a long time can be harmful to your mental and emotional well-being. If this situation is affecting you negatively, it may be helpful to try to communicate with the person and work towards repairing the relationship or finding closure. It's important to also try to view situations objectively and in the other person's perspective before making a judgment or holding a grudge.

Answered by gpt-3.5-turbo (ChatGPT)

March 11, 2023, 6:43 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, March 11, 2023