How hard is it for you to say sorry?

@devijay78 (1575)
India
August 18, 2010 1:54am CST
I say thank you very easily, in fact to almost everybody. But saying that I am sorry is the hard part for me. I rarely say it. It is accepting that I am wrong and that is something I would not want to do even if I know that I am at fault. Why is this so? How many of us accept our mistakes and say sorry?
4 responses
@maylaine (444)
• Philippines
18 Aug 10
actually it is not really hard for me most specially if i want to fix things immediately.sometimes it does not matter to me whether it is my fault or not what important is, i settle the problem immediately before it creates a bigger one.
@devijay78 (1575)
• India
24 Aug 10
You are lucky if you could say sorry without much persuation from others or yourself for that matter.
@maylaine (444)
• Philippines
26 Aug 10
yes as i have said before if i want to fix things right away i make to first move to settle it...i know everything will be easy if we just wanted too..have a nice day.
• Philippines
22 Aug 10
If I know that I am wrong, I do really say I'm sorry. It is not hard for me to accept the fact that I am wrong. I do not care about the ego. What matters to me is the relationship. I am just trying to save the relationship because I don't wanna ruin anything just because I do not accept my mistakes.
@devijay78 (1575)
• India
24 Aug 10
I guess I am a little egoistic:) I do find it difficult to say sorry even when I am wrong. But I am working on it.
@puccagirl (7316)
• Israel
18 Aug 10
It depends who to and what for, but in most cases it is a bit hard, yes. But I do it anyway, if it is the right thing to do!
@devijay78 (1575)
• India
24 Aug 10
Good for you. I am just starting. I never tell it in words. I let them know by my actions thinking that actions speak louder than words. But now I realise that a simple sorry would work wonders.
@ada8may21 (2419)
• Philippines
18 Aug 10
Its not hard or difficult for me to say I am sorry, if I am really at fault. Sometimes I am convinced that I am not at fault so why should I say sorry. Just maybe I am so stubborn to admit that I am at fault.
@devijay78 (1575)
• India
24 Aug 10
Yes. Stubborn is the word. Stubborn that I am not at fault even though I know I am. I am trying to say it more now so that I dont find it odd when I really have to mean it.