What would you like to do?
Say sorry to someone you hurt?
What can you do if you call off a relationship with someone and it really hurts them but then you are sorry and want to try at it again?
%DETAILS% I have been in this situation and I called that person on the phone asked if we could get together and talk as friends which he agreed to and after expla…ining the situation and why I did what I did he forgave me. That was 9 years ago and we've been together ever since. I guess it just depends on the type of person they are. Whenever a relationship ends, someone will hurt in some way, period. Here, it's important for you to weigh the reasons for which you decided to end the relationship in the first place. My rule of thumb is this: People don't become "ex's" for no reason. Decide if this reason - be it an action, or quality, etc. - warrants ending your relationship. I've heard of a guy that called up his ex and said straight out 'I made a mistake, I can't replace you, will you marry me?' and she said YES! If you want to try again just because you feel sorry for him, don`t do it. but if you feel that you made a mistake, then get back on track with him, by all means.
Say Sorry when you really see pain in the person's eyes
What should you do when people do things to hurt you and never say they are sorry because of their pride?
\n. \n Answer \n. \nPride, scmride. Really, I think it is a sign of maturity. It is about accepting responsibilty for their actions. If this person is constantly hur…ting you, then drop them. More often then not, these kinds of people are not worth anything in the end. They are called toxic relationships. They are obviously causing you some kind of stress. You should be surrounded by people who love you and care for you and do not want to see you get hurt. Be smart think for yourself...\n. \n Answer \n. \nI agree with the above poster. I have just had to end a 22 year relationship with a good female friend. She has been toxic for a long time, but I'm loyal, would always let her know how I felt, but at 47 she doesn't seem to be changing and I gave her every opportunity (said it to her face) to get together and discuss our relationship so we could improve upon it. She never did, so I dropped her. It hurts my heart, but as the other poster said they are toxic relationships and if friends don't bring the best out in you or aren't there when you need them or respect you then it's time to shake that old apple tree and see what rotten apples fall to the ground. These people will be the losers in the end. Save your energy for the good people in your life.
There isn't really a general term for this, but there a few you can use in different situations. mworago? (뭐라고?) = is a polite way of saying 'what?' The 'rago' part is… kind of indicating past tense, so you could use that. Of course this is in informal speech, if you wanted to use formal speech (전댓말) you would add a 'yo' to the end, so it becomes mworagoyo?
You should first state what you did, and why you feel bad about it, and end your apology with something like, "I'm sorry."
Saying sorry is easy and important, you need to say sorry to ask for forgivenes for a bad thing you have done, but you shouldn't always forgive.
simply say him/her that i m sorry or please pardon me, it wont happen again, and if possible give a hug.
usually it means that they are really missing you and they cant bare not seeing you.
After you say sorry to a female especially...you should say why you're sorry, (i.e. you're crying and it didn't occur to me that that would happen) then you should list the th…ings you should've done instead (i.e. I should have told you, confronted you, asked you etc) then say why you didn't do those things (i.e. i thought i would get into more trouble, i thought it would upset you, i was trying to protect you) then after that you have to say why you can see how you made the wrong decision again, but in relation to how you realise what you shouldve done, then after that you have to repeat the process depending on how upset the other person is...then after that you should say sorry again, but don't say it too much and if you want to say sorry more that a million times start figuring out ways to say it that don't involve the actual word sorry. Then you have to ask seriously what you can do to make it better, then you have to (before they speak) list the things you would do to make them happy or to fix the problem the best you can, really think about this step because to start off you will HAVE to list things that may actually fix the problem no matter how hard or uncomfortable they are for you, then once you list the serious things list a few "joke" things like, "ill wash ur car dressed like jessica Simpson in that dukes of hazzard movie, or ill kid nap every cat in the neighbour hood and teach them to sing a song ill write you about how sorry i am in harmony, and after a few joke ones, re enforce how sorry you really are and briefly repeat the first lot of actions...this SHOULD fix the imediate problem, but just remember that once she is happy for that day etc, it doesnt mean she's happy forever, she will probably think about it or be reminded and bring it all back up, and this is why you should only ever say sorry if you really are because you will show her how un-sorry you are if you get angry at her for getting upset again over it. After AAAAALLL of that, you should work on what ever you did to make the person upset, and get advice on what actions are similar in behaviour so you can avoid them and in turn avoid more icky apologies. NOTE: This is written by a female, and im completely serious in every section. This is what has had to be done when somebody has really upset me and i wont accept their initial apology...it should work, but it depends on what you did and not how wonderful your apology is. So if you killed her cat...i doubt this will help you at all, maybe she might reply to ur messages but good luck going out fotr lunch with her.
i don't care. you shouldn't of slept with my wife. you git.
I gues the most difficult word in the world to say is "sorry". Of course I don't know exactly what you did to hurt him, but I really think you should not only tell him y…ou're sorry, but also tell him the whole story, ask your husband if he can forgive you and talk a lot together.
Answer I think every situation is different and you would have to handle it in your own way. If someone you love has hurt you deeply, just tell them ihow they have made you …feel. Then you can choose to either try to work the situation out with them or walk away and be done with it. If you really love that person and they love you you should be able to work it out. No one likes hurting the ones they love. You have to let them know that they cannot do (whatever it was) to you again and if that person really loves you, he/she will make every effort to avoid doing anything that could hurt you. Tell them you forgive them, do it, and move forward. If you love them forgive and get past it.
You would either accept their apology for whatever the reason or you can choose not to accept it. You have the choice. Always try to accept any apology you think is sincere.… That doesn't mean a relationship automatically returns to it's previous status. If there is time needed to heal , or trust to be re-earned, the person who transgressed must be made to understand that.
Low self esteem. They may also just be a very apologetic person. So either way they probably are sorry.
Try not to be overbearing or needy. If you hardly know them having to say sorry this early if your trying to get to know them could hinder the way the perceive you. When… you have a chance just approach her and explain to her your are sorry and what you are sorry for. If you find she is not receptive or doesn't seem that she is interested in listening it would be best to leave her be and move on.
It definitely helps if you know what you are apologizing for. Most women don't like for you to apologize if you don't even know why. Just be straight with her and say th…at you are sorry for (insert problem here). Depending on how bad the problem was, you may need to give her some time to cool off about the issue before you apologize. Tell her you've been thinking about what she said and that you realized she was right and you are sorry for whatever it was that did (but make sure you point out what that was!) If you were completely right and she was completely wrong, you don't have to apologize to her for that. But it is nice if you apologize for the problem escalating so much if it did.
Excessive Apologetic Disorder (EAD)