Forgiveness vs. Apologizing

4 Dec

IF SOMEONE isn’t prone to apologize, should your forgiveness still be automatic?

When one person apologizes so often – with sincere regret, remorse and guilt – and the other person hardly ever apologizes, guess which person forgives most often? Guess which person never recognized an imbalance and the ramifications of never hearing “I’m sorry”?

That imbalance, however, was the result of another one: when one person has a lot more to apologize for.

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