Most of the times we never own up our mistakes. Our errors. Our bad behaviour. It hurts our ego to see ourselves going down to someone. To say sorry.
Specially when you are young. Because being young means you’re a little immature. It means sometimes you’re stubborn to let go !
Usually we expect the opposite person to say sorry. We think it would make us feel better. But the matter of fact is quite opposite.
Being the first to say sorry, will immediately lighten up your heavy heart. It means the relationship matters more to you than your ego.
It’s completely okay to say sorry. To show the person that you never meant to hurt. To show your maturity in taking the first step to resolve the dispute.
You’ll be at peace knowing you did your best, to save the situation from getting more messy, strained or damaged!
It shows you have already forgiven the opposite person. That you leave the option for him to take the next step! That you’ve opened the doors for an amicable solution!
Never hesitate to say sorry. Just give a big hug & smile. Clear any misunderstanding. Apologize for any mistake. Waste no time in thinking to resolve the issue.
It will create a healthier relationship. Not just with others but yourself too.
It takes a big, open, brave & humble heart to say sorry. A person with small, narrow thinking & arrogance will feel it difficult. But if he tries he too will surely be able to say sorry & forgive others!
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