Saying sorry is one of the most difficult things in the World. Apparently, it is a simple word but people think a lot before saying sorry to someone. There are actually two reasons to delay in saying this simple single word: 1. its not a honest apology, and 2. most people are reluctant in accepting their mistakes.
Women can be as hard as a rock when you hurt their feeling but finding a way to say I am sorry could get you more loved if you truly mean it! A sincere apology is much more than simply saying you’re sorry. It is the ability to acknowledge your mistakes, truly understand your partners feelings and express your regret for causing them — with the promise that you will do better in the future. Learn how to apologize sincerely and meaningfully so that both of you can heal and move forward.
1.Reflect honestly on your behavior. Think about what you did that hurt your partner’s feelings, and try to figure out what led you to behave that way. If you gave your number to someone else, for example, consider the underlying reasons why you would want to get to know someone else. Maybe your actions stemmed from a desire to arouse your partner’s jealousy as a way of testing your worth to her, or maybe you miss the attention you used to receive when you were single. Whatever the case, you will need to understand your own motives in order to fix the mistake.
2.Begin your apology by acknowledging your mistakes and accepting responsibility for the hurtful effects of your actions or behavior. “I know I disrespected you, and I’m sorry I let my selfishness get in the way of our relationship,” for example, is more sincere, accountable, comforting and meaningful than a vague and dismissive “Sorry if you feel hurt.”
3.Problem-solve, instead of making excuses. Don’t try to explain why you did what you did — simply acknowledge your mistake, take responsibility for it and move on. Begin to talk about how you can change the problem or make a different decision in the future.
4.Encourage your partner to talk about how she feels and tell you what she needs from you in order to make the situation right. Try to imagine how you would feel and empathize with Her. Ask her how you can restore her confidence in you or make it up. Maybe she needs some time apart to think, or maybe she just needs a firm promise of resolution from you.
5.End the conversation by asking your partner to forgive you. Reiterate your regret and acknowledge your plan to fix the mistake or be better. Be patient while your partner heals, and understand that it might take some time for you to earn back her trust.
Final Note – If you truly love someone – you need to understand that each time you spend with the person should count…Be a source of strength and not weakness. No one is immortal, so the little time you to spend with that treasured person on earth, always try to be in that happy place with her.