Saying Sorry

@lisa0351 (303)
United States
August 22, 2008 12:21am CST
Do you ever say sorry to the one you love just to end a fight, even when you aren't really sorry? Do you ever say sorry for something that is not your fault? Seems like most people do this, just to get out of a fight, and end things without turmoil. I myself have done it, anyone else? Why do we do it!!!
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10 responses
@clarizz (354)
• Philippines
22 Aug 08
i am saying sorry, because i mean it and not because just to end a fight. i even say sorry even if its not my fault. but sometimes when i am so angry for what he did i am waiting for him to say sorry and mean it... its for me and my partnet to learn what we are lack.
@n30wing (4771)
• Philippines
22 Aug 08
When I say sorry I mean it is not bacause I wanna end up the arguements or the fights, and try to make her feeling good well I'll be coping up that time my mistakes. But if it's not really my fault, and she still insist that it's my mistakes well we give each other time or space to think. Why should I just let her go that way I don't think that is unreasonable. When you used this just to break up with your relationship that person doesn't really love you. Since the start of the relationship you already accept each other who you are and what your gonna be.No relatioship is perfect, were just human to make mistakes. All problems and fights are only temporary. Have a nice day!
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@mjmlagat (3171)
• Philippines
22 Aug 08
I do say sorry even if it's not my fault just to end a fight..most importantly, I say sorry if I did something wrong that could have triggered the trouble. I don't find anything wrong about it because it just shows our nature of being a peace-loving individual in the family.
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@get2anbu (88)
• India
22 Aug 08
I usually say sorry for everything I do funny to my friends, but later that turned to be a great mistake. They started avoiding me. They thought I'm using sorry, as an excuse for every mistake, I do. Better don't use the word sorry, unnecessarily, unless there is no other choice. It can be considered as the most common and powerful word was
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• India
22 Aug 08
yes i do it often.I say sorry even when i know its not my fault to avoid the unncesary fights and arguments.Fortunately, my fren has been just amazing that he calls up to say it was his fault and that hes sorry instead.i guess "sorry"is just an amazing word
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• Philippines
22 Aug 08
yes i do, if i did something wrong or something that hurt him, of hurt his feelings,even if its really a very little fight, i will say sorry, its not hard to say sorry, saying sorry can make you feel better after a fight, its a relief,after all those quarrels and hurtings, sometimes, though it isnt nmy fault i still say sorry just to end the fight and make things smooth.
@karakiks (42)
• Philippines
22 Aug 08
i say sorry, when i know that i am wrong. but sometimes, i tend to say sorry even if i know that i'm not mistaken, or when i know it's not my fault. because i know that if i don't do it, nobody would. no offenses here, but i just noticed that boys have high prides, they don't know when to apologize. just my point of view, from my experiences.
• Philippines
22 Aug 08
i say sorry when i know i'm in the wrong and i always mean it. i don't say sorry just for the sake of patching things up because it's not a genuine apology. arguments won't be truly resolved that way if the apology is insincere.
@rbailey83 (1401)
• Canada
22 Aug 08
lol, well i can't say that i never do it, that would be a lie in itself, but i try not to do it, if i am not sorry, then i try not to say it. but sometimes it is better to swallow your pride, let it go, and apologize, you have to pick your battles and some just aren't worth it
@myliezl0903 (2731)
• Philippines
22 Aug 08
sometimes yes i do, well not that i do not seriously meant it but for the sake of getting out of the fight, yes i did it.,Ü well, i do not see anything wrong with it.,that means that you can handle things with regards of your relationship.,