Originally Posted by SteveLW
Kind of coincidental! I just posted this in Mako's thread:

Originally Posted by SteveLW
MWD helped me immensely in my situation, not only on what I should or shouldn't be doing, but also on learning to empathize with what my WW was going through. No one, not even a WW, wakes up in the morning and thinks: "Hmmmmm, what can I do today to destroy as many lives as possible?"

Nope, the WW is fueled by selfishness (which results in destroying lives) and emotion. There isn't a lot of intent involved, though sometimes there is since most WW feel hurt by their LBH. But in the majority of the cases the WW is simply trying to do things to find her own happiness again. That was one of the best pieces of insight that I received in my own sitch was that my WW wasn't doing what she was doing to hurt me, she was doing what she was doing in order to try to be happy.

I found MHL's post very insightful, R2C! Thanks for sharing it.

So Iím curious as to this line of thinking. Isnít that the same as when people who are hungry that steal, loot and kill to eat. Are they not expected to face consequences for their actions?