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  • How to say I'm sorry?

    I said something really stupid to someone that I care about thanks to my insecurity getting the best of me. I hurt them pretty bad.

    What do you do to say your sorry and make things right again? [Frown]

    [ 01-27-2003, 03:54 PM: Message edited by: Piper ]

  • #2
    i guess that depends on the person and what their relationship is with you. is it a friend, relative, co-worker, etc?

    was it something you did, something you said, etc?

    "one size fits all" probably doesn't work here i'm sure in regards to a plain old "i'm sorry" apparently.
    I'll post, You argue.


    • #3

      [ 04-04-2003, 09:06 PM: Message edited by: Frank Booth ]


      • #4
        Originally posted by Frank Booth:
        Serve them a lemon meringue pie naked.

        OK, if you are female and naked, the way to get to my house is.......

        I'll post, You argue.


        • #5

          It's someone that is pretty close to me. I basically thought something was one way but it wasn't the case at all! I was mistaken, and a huge mistake at that.

          I just don't know how to convey to them that I'm sorry and just a dodo that let her mind get the best of her.


          • #6
            i don't know Piper...not knowing the whole story and all and i don't want to pry on your personal life, so i really don't know what to tell you. wish i could give ya better advice.
            I'll post, You argue.


            • #7
              I appreciate it... I guess I'm looking for the right words to say to make it go away. It's just going to take a good talking it out.

              O.com is my therapy don't ya know?


              • #8
                Sometimes it is not what you say, but it is a good long talk.
                Drug Recognition Expert


                • #9
                  Say you're sorry and that you were wrong... men love hearing that ****.
                  Oh... Oh... I know you di-int!


                  • #10
                    Truly opening your heart is the way to go. You can't lose, g/f...you are the BEST!!!!!!


                    • #11
                      Sometimes just a simple "I'm Sorry" is the best. It also depends on how bad what you said was, in which case then let a little time heel the wound and approach again.

                      Words hurt worse then a punch most times and sometimes people just aren't in the forgiving mood until they have had time to settle down and think about it.

                      Good luck.


                      • #12
                        Hand her an "I'm sorry" card and tell her you would like to talk after she has read it.
                        All friends have disageements, Piper. I had a huge one with my best friend years ago but we talked it out. It was my fault and I told her so.
                        Let us know how it goes.
                        And nick, no lemon meriguine pie for you. You won't even give up your honey secrets!


                        • #13
                          It's all good.

                          I've already forgave you in my heart. [Wink]
                          People have more fun than anybody.


                          • #14
                            if all else fails, go to chuck e. cheese and play ski ball. worries will be over.


                            • #15
                              from the info you've provided, it sounds like simply talking to her will be enough -- just be open and genuine about your feelings. I think the fact that you obviously care so much about her feelings will count for a lot.

                              Of course, if that doesn't work, you can always try Frank's suggestion .
                              "Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach him how to fish, and he will sit in a boat and drink beer all day. " -- ???


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