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Re: [CHAT] Saying sorry and forgiveness

A time when was was truely sorry was when I was when I was really close friends with two girls. and I somehow became sortof more then friends with both of them but I didnt mean to, and it ended just as badly as it sounds! I dont think I rarely apologised more for and been so sorry for putting myself in a stupid situation.

 

Something good I learnt is that friendship is more important to me then intimacy Smiley Happy  Lost a good friend, learnt a lesson!

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Welcome @FootyFan26 Smiley Happy

Thats a hell'a true! Forgiveness is definitely a huge part in getting over something ... definitely a big step involved in the process!
aww, thats heaps good...
usually misunderstandings are a big reason we apologise.. I guess its important we watch the way we act or speak sometimes because you don't want anyone to interpret you the wring way and get upset!

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Welcome to the chat @FootyFan26

 

The worst when people think yo uare being rude and you are not Smiley Tongue once they think it.........everything you do gets interpreted that way ><

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Okay guys, lets move on!
we know that sometimes we do need to apologise to people but.

2. What can stop us from wanting to apologize?

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I dont know about everyone else..........but for me its my pride. Somehow I can be so wrong, but still convince myself I am right >< .

 

The next day I think about it and realise how stupid I was in many situationsSmiley Tongue

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2. What can stop us from wanting to apologize?
Pride can get in the way.
Or sometimes we don't think we have done anything wrong.
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2. What can stop us from wanting to apologize?

  • Embarrassment
  • Misunderstandings
  • People taking it the wrong way
  • Looking weak

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Okay, things that may stop me from wanting to apologise ...

1. Is when the person is very close minded and doesn't want to compromise or understand an issue from other perspectives..
2. When the opposite person has said/done something super inappropriate or harsh when 'upset'
3. Or if I think I am right (unfortunate ego haha)

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 seems like pride is already a theme! @redhead What do you think pride is in this context? Just asking since you had such a good definition before!

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I can't seem to find my other post, so I'll join in again Smiley Happy

 

I agree that pride can get in the way and also sometimes I feel like I'm always the one apologising even if I haven't done anything wrong