How to apologize correctly. This is phrased in the context of marriage, but I think these rules of thumb are important for any kind of relationship with another human being. I struggle with a lot of these; it's a harsh, but nice, reminder to be a better person.
I'm a very stubborn person but When I'm wrong I will tell you or if I've wronged someone and didn't mean to Or even realized I did I will tell you I'm sorry that's just how I am. I know not everyone's going to like or respect you but if I'm wrong I will say I'm wrong regardless of the situation!!
Apologies don't mean anything and sorry just isn't enough, if someone keeps doing what there supposedly sorry for.....People can blame their actions on a number of things, but, the bottom-line is people actually have to change. Sometimes that is beyond their capability...... and......that my friend is when you just have to leave them and walk away!!
mindfulmft | The process of letting go is so especially painful when a part of our heart is still with that person. We may not remain in love with them forever but maybe we will always have love for parts of them. Letting go of something that is no longer is a must. Otherwise we just keep ourselves stuck in the same place. It's not healthy to fantasize about a future with this person to dream up a different ending day in and day out. Of course none of us know the ending but we can't just…