A simple apology could fix a friendship that shouldn’t have ended in the first place. Don’t let your ego stop you from doing what’s right.
The word !! Sorry !! Make no sense without honest feelings within.
“Sorry” we all say “Sorry” for the wrong things we say and do. But do we always think about the people we love dearly who we say hurtful things to? I don’t think so because if we had think about it sorry wouldn’t have become such a popular word today. Sometimes we say so much and act immature as adult. We didn’t take the time to realize how much hurt and pain we put that individual in we never took the time to think of the reaction, the feelings and the consequence that we might have to face if what we do turns out to be a matter of life and death.
You should never ruin an apology with an excuse.
Apologizing does not always mean that you’re wrong and the other person is right. It just means that you value your relationship more than your ego.
Never try to dominate the one who says sorry to you for their mistake because, they understand, you are more important than their ego.
I’m not perfect, I make mistakes, I hurt people. But when I say sorry, I mean it.
Now it’s just too late and we can’t go back. I’m sorry, I can’t be perfect.
I’m sorry. I constantly want to talk to you. I’m sorry when you take long to reply, I get sad. I’m sorry if I say things that might piss you off. I’m sorry if I come off as annoying. I’m sorry if you don’t wanna talk to me as much as I wanna talk to you. I’m sorry if I tell you about my pointless drama when you don’t really care. I’m sorry if I come off as being clingy, but it’s just me missing you.
I have learned that sometimes SORRY is not enough. You actually have to change yourself.