July 1, 2019

Learn To Say Sorry In Your Relationship.


LEARN TO SAY SORRY IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP


When you say that you are sorry, it restores the dignity of the hurt person and makes them feel better. ... An apology may restore trust and understanding to a relationship, because it contributes to a feeling of safety and makes both the receiver and the giver feel comfortable and respected. 
Learn to say sorry in your relationship

Apology leads to forgiveness, can recover a spoiled relationship, and may heal indignity. Saying “sorry” denotes that you have chosen your relationship over your your ego. Yet so many of us can’t find can’t find the strength within us to admit our fault.

As a loving partner, don't be arrogant to say sorry when you offend your partner no matter his/her status. Saying sorry won't belittle you.

When you are wrong, don't pretend as if nothing happened, or act as if you are not aware of what you've done wrong. Don't act corny because you have it at the back of your mind you are higher than your partner maybe in age or anything, be sincere, open up,  say sorry, and put things in place, it helps to save relationship.

If you are unapologetic, it can cause more conflict and rancor that can destroy relationship and diminish the once glowed love.

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Benefit of saying sorry;

 1. It helps to restore trust and understanding into a relationship.
It dissolve guilt, brings about respect, restore commitment back and ability to move on.

2. Saying sorry soften the heart that hurt or broke and bring relieve to their fainting soul, but if you are been arrogant it might lead to depression which is a risk factor to suicidal attempt.



As a partner don't find it difficult to say sorry because of;
  • Ego and pride, learn to be objective and admit mistakes, don't allow pride blindfold you.
  • Don't see apology as a means to draw attention to the mistake, it leads to lot of implications that shift balance in relationship.
  • Don't always have it in mind that you are the one who deserved an apology and expect your partner to do..It might be toxic to your relationship, don't wait, be bold to voice out and say sorry, it add to your self respect.
  • Don't see your apology as an hallmark of weakness on your own part, but see it as a strength. It is an act of generosity, and an expression of hope for a recrudescent relationship. It is in fact an act of bravery, because it subjects people to the risk of humiliation.
Learn to say sorry in your relationship

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If you want to make a heartfelt apology and make your offended partner feel better, then try to stick to these tips.
  • Mean it when you say sorry, be sincere to apologize, not only to please but to save the relationship.
  • Choose the timing carefully. A person might need time to heal wounds, but you shouldn’t let grievances take root in the heart. Speak up if you are sorry for something you’ve done, and let them know that you are ready to discuss it when they are.
  • Take responsibility for your actions, don't give excuses to side your self or be defensive to bring pity on yourself, but be plain, accept your flaws and work on them.
  • Let your manner of approach be reasonable and sensible. The body language should be submissive and your eyes contact must be meekly, all your clues should portray you are really ready to make things work for better.


When you deem it fit to apologize to your partner, take all responsibility to do that,
don't beat about the bush, apologize immediately, acknowledged he/she is upset, ask for necessary forgiveness, and also forgive yourself.


An apology cannot change what has been done, but it can help to ease the tension and relieve stress. Apologizing gives hope for rebuilding. If you value the relationship, then an honest apology can make your relationship stand the test of time and be a guiding light in which other will beckon to, that will illuminate theirs.


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1 comment:

  1. Yes, if we can all cultivate such habit, the world will be a better place. Just "Sorry" could stop a war between couples

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