It's not an easy thing to admit when you're wrong. For some reason, we don't want to let on that anything was our fault, or that we made a mistake. We feel ashamed, which is really weird, because how else can we learn and grow unless we mess up along the way? I guess it's in our nature to just pretend like we know everything and do everything right, all the time. If we believed otherwise, it would really do a number on our egos and self-esteem.
Some people have no problem confessing when they are wrong, and others, even after evidence points to their faults can't seem to say, "Whoops, my bad," or "I'm sorry." So what I want to know is