Why is it so hard to say you're wrong?

April 24, 2007 5:34am CST
Because it often involves saying, "I'm sorry" which is even harder. Sometimes though I know I'm absolutely wrong in what I've said or done I still can't admit to my husband that I was the one to blame. Somebody told me a tip that next time just say, "Whoops," and see what happens. It replaces the "I'm wrong and I'm sorry.
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@romel_ece (1290)
• Philippines
25 Apr 07
Sometimes it is so hard to accept the truth and the fact that we are wrong.But on my part I always take the challenge of accepting every wrong and defeats in my life with my whole heart.With this I will be able to ask forgiveness to the person I offended. Most of all I am able to learned those mistakes and makes me a better person everyday.
@bmajel (4)
• Philippines
24 Apr 07
For me there are three reasons why it's hard to say sorry: 1. It's not your fault : It's difficult to say "I'm sorry" where you haven't done anything wrong. 2. You can't say that it's your fault: Maybe you're confused of the things you've done, if it's really your fault or not? 3. You can't admit that it's your fault: Maybe this will be the case where a person have to live up to his/her pride or having the fear to admit his/her mistakes for some reasons. This may leads to more lying and committing more faults.
@lightningMD (5932)
• United States
24 Apr 07
I always tell my husband I'm sorry. I think it is important to take responsibility for my words and actions. He also says sorry to me when he knows he was wrong. An I'm sorry and a hug can set everything right again.