When people apologize, they usually fail to put a period at the end. They add a little explanation. ("I was so self absorbed in those days," "I was caught up in my work"," You and I had argued recently."] Don't fall into the trap. just apologize. Do a 180 -degree grovel and then be quiet.
Also, people often don't make their gestures of apology big enough or wonderful enough. If this apology is truly important, perhaps consider including a really nice present. Or deliver it in person. Or both. Do whatever you think will more than equal your mistake. Err on the side of overkill.
Take a vow to say great things about them whenever they come up in a conversation. Remember, you are healing your mind, and no effort is to great. Remember too that when you apologize , the other person will invariably take the opportunity to rehash the grievance, exaggerate the wrong, and, in short, appear to get more angry at you than he or she was before you apologized.
Receiving this with grace and defenselessness is part of a real apology. This person needs to tell you what you wouldn't listen to before, so listen now. Do not defend yourself or else your apology will fail to heal your mind.
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