would you admit you're wrong if you are?
October 21, 2006 7:16am CST
sometimes, one of the most difficult things to do is to say "sorry" and really mean it. perhaps, it's pride that's holding us back to admit we're wrong. what are your thoughts on this?
27 Jul 11
Sometimes our ego is one of greatest enemy specially when we highly think too much our self... sometimes we always think that were right and we neglect other things... I do agree sometimes saying sorry can be difficult but one thing about saying sorry is that we face and we admit were wrong.
1 Jun 11
I agree with you it is very hard to admit if we are wrong especially if we are with pride. It is very hard to be saying sorry even if we are at fault. For me, i am the one who is firm and is someone who has pride too that is why often i find it hard to admit that i am mistaken. Of course id say that i do find courage to also admit my faults before people i love.
6 May 11
From pride, we can kill love, happiness and stay away poorer, where material wealth we may thank you. The pride we recognize mistakes and repeat them often, we are convinced that truth owners. How much we are wrong. He let his true feelings flood our soul, taking him in front of those who are important to us, we may enjoy their presence in our lives. And all this not to awaken regret that irreparable reasons, we conclude that we are too small to prevent or avoid them.
19 Apr 10
I know for a fact that saying "sorry" and really mean it. As you say, sometimes it's the ego/pride that is holding us back from uttering that simple word that can mean a lot to us and may affect a relationship. When we say sorry, we have to really mean it. We shouldn't apologize if we don't feel it because it may ruin further attempts at apology that are sincere and heartfelt. Telling them how wrong you are helps them see that you know what you've done to offend and is willing to own up to your mistakes.