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Is It Hard to Apologize When You're in the Wrong?

Is It Hard to Apologize When You're in the Wrong?

The drama between Lauren and Audrina over Justin Bobby continued last night on The Hills. Even though Audrina finally came to the realization that the rumor about her best friend and boyfriend was just that, she was still pretty apprehensive about apologizing to Lauren. Admitting your wrongdoings can be a daunting task, but tell me, have you ever been afraid or nervous to apologize when you were in the wrong like Audrina was last night?

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cheekyredhead cheekyredhead 7 years
As a supervisor I reward honesty. Everyone on my team knows that as humans we make mistakes...but great humans learn from them. I admit when I was first given my team that earning that trust was not easy. People are naturally a bit resistant to owning a mistake and in corporate America admitting mistake could end a career. My team had to learn I expected some mistakes and that we had to look at mistakes as opportunities to work toward perfection. On a personal note, seeing my mistake and admitting I screwed up, let them know that I owned my own screw-ups instead of passing them down the line. That has made our team the strongest in our company. An insincere apology is worse than none at all.
amers230 amers230 7 years
i don't have a problem with apologizing, but sometimes i do have a problem with meaning it when i apologize. i'm def. someone that will apologize just to move on from the drama, even if i don't fully mean it. i blame my jobs in customer service for that on lmao..."i am SO sorry we aren't psychic and didn't have the item you wanted in stock," etc.
lolliriots lolliriots 7 years
In her case, if she didn't make a big stink about it, she wouldn't have to feel like she needed to grovel.
LoveSarah LoveSarah 7 years
I usually have no problem apologizing if I have done something wrong. But, I hate having to apologize if I haven't done something wrong. (For my job, I have to apologize a lot for things that were out of my control or something ridiculous, so it gets annoying.)
yadiet yadiet 7 years
I don't think Audrina should have said sorry. She asked LC a question and LC like ALWAYS blew it out of script!!
Glittersniffer Glittersniffer 7 years
TOTALLY with GScott. I will admit that I am at fault to anyone but a police officer or someone I got into an accident with. The one gets you tickets, the other gets you sued. If I do something stupid and an apology is warranted, I give it. I won't apologize if I don't mean it, though, which has cost me some friends, but I'm ok with that. Don't make me grovel if I didn't do something to warrant it. I used to have a really raw time with apologies, but that was because I was used to having them forced out of me, and though I can lie like a champ I don't enjoy it. So it was something I dreaded. Now, I apologize for my eff-ups, because if I don't, I'm not truly taking responsibility for my actions.
Muirnea Muirnea 7 years
GScott: "(like running over someone's dog that was going to maul a baby or something)." Hahah, interesting ex, personal experience there? LOL. It kind of depends on who I'm arguing with, and my relationship with them. Like, if it's my bf, I am a bit better about it with him, but not as good with other people. And I'm not great about it, but I can do it when I need to.
LikeThoseShoes LikeThoseShoes 7 years
no one wants to admit they are wrong... but it has to be done. or should be done
eatingcookies eatingcookies 7 years
Personally, if I was in the wrong and I realize it, I'd rather apologize, clear the air, and start fresh. I don't mind owning up if I know I screwed up. However, if the other person just THINKS you're wrong, and you know you're innocent, I have a hard time with that one. I hate caving just to get them to be quiet or "forgive" me.
Martini-Rossi Martini-Rossi 7 years
Nope, I have no problem admitting that I was wrong and apologizing.
krae85 krae85 7 years
yeah, I getcha.
GScott86 GScott86 7 years
LoL Krae...you know what I mean...-_-...I'll never apologize in legal situations...like running that red light in front of a hospital...prrtt Officer: Do you know why I pulled you over? Me: ??? Officer: You ran a red light in front of the hospital. Me: I didn't know? ??? or Vender: Hey! You have to pay for that! Me: ??? I thought it was free!? It said it was free!!! >_< LoL...I apologized once when I rearended someone's car...but apparently "sorry" isn't going to fix his car. Maybe I shoulda said your car is a piece of shit but I'll pay for it ;).
princess_eab princess_eab 7 years
I generally apologize far too much.
ceark ceark 7 years
nope. I feel apologizing is the first step in taking responsibility for your actions.
Frenched Frenched 7 years
It depends on the person/situation for me. Sometimes it can be really hard! I guess that's because I always think I'm right O_o I guess I better work on that!
psterling psterling 7 years
Omg, I have the HARDEST time apologizing. Its really something I have to work at because my close relationships are important to me but I've definitely soured relationships in the past by not apologizing. I don't know why its so hard.
Mesayme Mesayme 7 years
No biggie. But good luck trying to prove me wrong. :D Otherwise, I'm a great apology giver! I back it up with action other than the half-hearten, wistful, barely audible 'Sorry'I usually get. LOL I'm usually thankful to be wrong when I am.
krae85 krae85 7 years
running over someone's dog that was going to maul a baby? this is a pretty specific circumstance and requires some level of psychic ability, lol. I never like apologizing. but sometimes I do just so the other person will shut up. maybe that's wrong.
rellicDragon rellicDragon 7 years
lol I would have be one those weird species who are ever so confident about everythin they say ... and at times when I am wrong I do find it hard to apologize ... as I did seem so certain about it ... but that being said I always do it :)
otaku otaku 7 years
i apologise too much. even when i shouldn't. :{
GScott86 GScott86 7 years
What sucks more is apologizing even when you're not wrong about a situation but somehow you did something wrong when you're right about it (like running over someone's dog that was going to maul a baby or something).
GScott86 GScott86 7 years
If I know I'm wrong I usually do it. The first step is to knowing you're wrong. The harder step (for some or most) is actually asking for forgiveness (apologizing). Some people really have a hard time doing that, and it's just sad.
krae85 krae85 7 years
and sometimes.. ya just gotta rhyme about it.
krae85 krae85 7 years
lol cg. apologizing is never fun, but sometimes it's gotta be done..
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 7 years
No but it must be hard to apologize when its scripted and you cant act.
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