- Forgetting (having no memory of) the offense.
- Not feeling any pain due to the offense.
- Denying character defects of the offender.
- Being able to trust the offender as if no offense had ever occurred.
- Being able to be intimate and friendly with the offender instantly, as if no offense had ever occurred.
- Acting as if one has not been changed as the result of the offense.
- Condoning / approving of / not minding the offense.
- Believing or acting as if there are or there should be no consequences to the offense.
- Believing or acting as if we have no boundaries or rights around the offender.
Copyright Caterina G.S. James, 1997