There is no need for any forgiveness here for we truly understand her and her frustration, and even anger at times, about all she sees wrong in the world and the suffering it represents. Her life is a challenging one and so she knows firsthand the consequence of pain and suffering that seems so harsh and unnecessary. Everyone has their limit in what they can tolerate and it is better to let it out and express it than bottle it up and have it become corrosive within. She will not harm us. The only question is to what extent she might harm herself if her anger turns into doubt about her standing, or the future, and undermines her confidence that things will work out if she keeps going. The fact she worries about this proves our case, that it is not a fatal error because she is in divine alignment most of the time and will recognize when she is not as this example illustrates. That is really all that needs to happen, that if you deviate, you find your way back again to alignment.