Everything I say comes out all wrong and I'm not trying to sound like this, I just don't know how I'm supposed to communicate and I'm sorry and I hate myself and I try to change, I really do, but I just keep messing up.
The Power of Apologizing: It’s not an easy task to own up to your mistakes and take accountability for your actions. Not everyone is good at this, nor do they find it enjoyable. With that being said, it’s brave to be vulnerable and apologize. You’re not perfect and sometimes you might say or do things that will hurt people. In these cases, a person will forgive you, but you need to ask for forgiveness. An apology is a step in the right and healthy direction
How to say I'm sorry. This chart is great for teaching children how to say sorry and mean it. The visual aspect of this anchor chart is perfect for students with autism and special learning needs. A great checklist and prompts to apologize appropriately. Go to: http://from-student-to-teacher.tumblr.com/post/125869285114/httpswwwpinterestcompin187180928240113090
Promote empathy and apology of action with this "How to Apologize/Say Sorry" poster packet to support character education in your classroom. Improve classroom management, teach your students to use positive language, and build a safe and nurturing classroom environment. Includes 2 versions & parent letter.
How do I make it up to you? Even when trying to, some people just don't know how to forgive, and for them...it's their heart that is not understanding Christ's love. God doesn't expect perfect, only that we are humble enough to say "I'm sorry, I won't do it again, but also...to make it up to someone is to restore things." but when someone rejects the "Make it up" it's then their problem of hard heartedness, and they need forgiveness from God for that.