Rabbi Drucker's response:
Thanks for your kind words. As for forgiveness, join the club! It's one thing if someone asks for our forgiveness, another when we've decided that the anger and resentment within is doing us harm. All I know is that God is always waiting for us to turn the corner, and if God is at the corner full of angry memory, it's unlikely that we're going to want a meeting. So, if we can forgive, to the extent possible, we help our own well-being and we give room to the other for teshuvah. I'll bring a few Selichot booklets on Yom Kippur that you may find helpful.