is it hard to say sorry?

Philippines
April 16, 2009 9:40pm CST
I just can't see it clearly, when feelings subsided and you want to make things okey. Sorry I guess is the hardest word to say specially when relationship ends-up in a very wrong way. How about you? In case like this,what's the hardest word for you to say?
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@coolmailraj (2461)
• India
19 Apr 09
I don't know about the hardest word but sorry to me is not that hard to say. once you have realized that something was wrong on your part then it tends to come naturally to your mind. You just have to speak what your mind says and that is sorry. Not a big deal.
• Philippines
21 Apr 09
I guess so, you are right.
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• China
22 Apr 09
if you met a guy and you do something you were not satisfied your goal and soul but made you get ahappiness for a while ,in your opinion how could you get out that black hole as sometimes you can't control yourself how do you deal with such a situation! be a good-humored boy or just leave him to go on the endless route!
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• India
24 Apr 09
There again the question is whether my deeds have hurt them or they can take it as lightly as well. If it was all peace then humor is a really nice thing.
• Philippines
17 Apr 09
When I truly love the person? It's not hard for me to say that I am sorry. This is what I don't understand with some people..they just can't say they are sorry...and some say it like..like they don't even mean it...
• Philippines
18 Apr 09
It happen sometimes, it depends also to thier views and understanding into situation i think. thank you for responding!have a good day
• Ireland
26 Apr 09
saying ' sorry' when you really are shouldn't be difficult. It means ( as Oprah would say) ' owning' something, accepting responsibility, This is actually quite empowering . Saying ' sorry' for the sake of it, when you don't really accept your part in creating a certain situation, then its just an empty word. ' Sorry ' should mean ' I made a mistake and I accept full responsibility, I am sorry and will learn from it.' The very least you get out of it is that, even if a relationship ends, it may end on more amicable terms.