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Old 12-14-2012, 02:41 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by wild~hair View Post
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.

Better said than I managed. It's just part of being an empathetic and decent individual that you care about someone else's feelings.
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