wild~hair wrote: »
Frequently. It's the only way to maintain healthy relationships, especially intimate ones.
There are many occasions where I find out what I did that was wrong and after gaining understanding I then feel I want to apologize.
Then there are the times where I do see things differently, but the bottom line is my actions were nonetheless hurtful, whether or not I intended them to be. Therefore I need to at least apologize for that.
Nej wrote: »
When it involves the other people feeling slighted or their feelings then yes. Even if I feel right if the person is important to me I will usually always apologize.
If it's happening enough that it's costing me too much of myself then I'll reevaluate my relationship with that person.
juanab wrote: »
Here is a question, when do you apologize? If you are in a disagreement and other person feels hurt, do you wait until you are no longer angry or upset? Or do apologize right away if you know you hurt the person's feelings?
empressri wrote: »
ONLY if I've accidentally hurt someone's feelings, which I never ever intentionally do.
But other than that...I find that some people get sensitive when the wind blows in a different direction and I refuse to pander to them, sorry. I don't do drama.
Cause if I'm wrong, I have no problem saying that I am, but if I'm not, I won't say otherwise.
CurlyCanadian wrote: »
I do it a lot with my boss. He can just never be wrong, so I find myself apologizing to him even when I'm not sorry, or know I wasn't in the wrong.
I've worked for him for 8 years and this works and makes things run smooth. I don't always like it, but it keeps the piece. Some times it even makes me giggle
spiderlashes5000 wrote: »
Why? And how do you feel after? Does it "work" (for whatever your reasons are)?
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