When there has been a hurt caused in a relationship, it is a sign that an apology is likely necessary. Yet it seems that the words, “I’m sorry” can be so difficult to say. When an apology is made, too often it is followed with some kind of qualifier that makes the apology no longer legitimate.
Here is a guide for “The Best Apology” from StayMarriedBlog.com:
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