Don't Blame Them For Your Bad Behavior
Nobody likes messing up — that's a fact. But, unfortunately, upsetting the people closest to us is, while uncomfortable, also completely unavoidable. That's why it's important to know how to apologize to your friends, family, and significant other in a sincere way that is personalized and filled with love. We won't deny that swallowing your pride for long enough to say your sorry really sucks, but it's an important stage of the forgiveness process; and as the old saying goes, if you do the crime, well, you've also got to do the time.
There are a few ways you can apologize. The best place to start is with an honest conversation where you own your mistakes, don't make excuses, and also ask for forgiveness. But beyond telling someone you're sorry, it's important to also show them you're sorry — and that's where we come in. Ahead, see 50 ways to show someone you're sincerely sorry and work your way back into their heart.