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It is important to realize that a good apology gift is not something that will simply "buy" a person's forgiveness (since this rarely works) but something that will convey the sincerity of the apology more than words alone and get the other person to consider opening up communication if they aren't speaking to you. Flowers are cliche and jewelry could be offensive. The best way to do this is to put a sincere apology in some form of writing that will get the person's attention and show them the extra effort you were willing to put in to do so. This is much more effective than simply apologizing with words (especially if you have already done so before in the past), and is sure to open up lines of communication if the person isn't speaking with you.
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If apologizing to your partner is a sign of a good relationship is your spouse being abusive if you ask her for an apology and her response is derogatory?
Answer No, not abusive. Also not cooperative. Answer You lost the battle before you started. It depends on what she said. … If you feel it's untrue or uncalled for instead of asking for an apology you should have sat down and communicated and let her know how much she hurt you and ask her why she did so. Sometimes we have to take our own lumps and may not be aware we may have had it coming so why should the person apologize. Maybe First, we throw around the words abuse and abusive far too easily. Her response may have been verbally abusive. We don't know. But labeling all hurtful words as abusive cheapens and mitigates authentic cases of mental, sexual, and physical abuse. Second, responding negatively to a request for an apology is not, per se, abusive. What she actually said may have been, however. Third, I never understood why anyone would demand an apology. It's as silly as it is futile. To be taken seriously apologies must be offered unsolicited and sincerely. And the apology is only one third of the equation. The person who offers the apology must make restitution -- if possible -- and also promise not to do it again. Saying you're sorry without ameliorating your behavior is pointless, mere empty words.
The first step to apologizing to someone is to acknowlege that you were wrong. Then all you have to do is look in that person face and say, " I'm sorry for things i said that …upset you" i will try my very best to not make that mistake again. can you fine it in your heart to forgive me. The first step to apologizing to someone is to acknowlege that you were wrong. Then all you have to do is look in that person face and say, " I'm sorry for things i said that upset you" i will try my very best to not make that mistake again. can you fine it in your heart to forgive me. Just say sorry.
You start off by admitting what you did wrong then say I know I made a huge mistake and I have changed. Will you forgive me?
"Sorry" by Buckcherry . 'I'm Sorry' by Brenda Lee. 'So Wrong' by Patsy Cline. 'All Apologies' by Nirvana. 'Sorry Somehow' by Husker Du. 'I Was… Wrong' by Charline Arthur. "Apology Song" by The Decemberists. "Forgive Me' by Evanescence.
I'm sorry dear, I was wrong to (fill in the blank) and I won't do that (say that, act that way) again. Please forgive me. (And don't have a smirk on your face when …you say it....) this is one of the greatest challenges of marrage: how to apologize. it depends on the severity of what you did...some things cannot be forgiven. for example, if you cheated on her, then she may never forgive you. its sad, but the truth. make sure that you are specific...never just say "im sorry for what happened" always say what you did that was wrong, and that you realize and regret it. for something horrible, start out with how much you care about her and love her, but make sure you are sincere. always say how bad you feel, apologize and ask for forgivness. if she says no, then move on, and accept your consequence. you did something to apologize for in the first place. for something small, just admit your fault, and state that you regret what happened. just say your sorry, and this should be enough for the little things. also, gifts never hurt. good luck =]
As long as you mean it, "Im sorry" sould be enough. As long as they care they should forgive you
'I'm sorry' by Brenda Lee
What is apologize mean? Apologize mean, when you do something wromg you need to sorry to the people that you done something wrong and that is call apologize.
Sorry by Buckcherry one of the best apology songs EVER!
Apologizing is a wonderful thing to do. It not only improves the situation that you are in, but it likewise relieves the stress that has been put on both the apologizer …and the recipient due to conflict.
"Sorry" is always a good start - if you mean it, be honest about it.
Graciously, one would hope. 'Thank you, I accept your apology' would do very well.
he is sooo into you! most boys would just say sorry and attempt to move on but when he gets you a gift......he is truly sorry:)
A good gift is a gift that someone loves. If you give a gift to someone and he/she appreciates it, then it is a good gift. Good gifts are also gifts that give meaning in a nic…e way. Bad gifts give rude meanings. Bad gifts surprise people and people seem irritated and feel uneasy with a bad gift. Gifts are given to be good gifts. Bad gifts are simply thrown away and never kept as part of people's lives.
I'm sorry your hurting I'm sorry your blue I give you my heart You know I know I love You
If you've done something to hurt someone you love for which you need to apologize, the best gift would be a sincere, heartfelt apology. It can be in a card which has a pre-pri…nted message that fits, but it would still be a good idea to write in the card how sorry you are for hurting that person, and how much you care for them. And if you still want to get an actual gift to go with it, pick somethig that shows you put a lot of thought into it. Since I don't know if it's male or female, or the age, or what you did to apologize for, it's hard to suggest specific things. But any gift that comes from the heart and shows you put some real thought in it is always a sure thing. And the cost of the gift is not important - you can't 'buy' forgiveness.
The most important thing to do is to admit that what you did was wrong, and to tell her you are really, truly sorry.