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Answer for question 4200.

Imagine that you get into an argument with a friend. You both say things that are out of line. Days later, you apologize but he/she just accepts it and doesn’t offer their own apology, even though they said things that hurt your feelings. What do you say or do in this situation?
Nothing. The fact that i apologize should not make me feel like i am owed one.

Worse is when the person, who has been a good friend, will not accept my apology. But there is nothing i can do about that either. I lost a co-grandparent to an argument during "W" (the shrub's) first term and we have not spoken since.

I have since learned to choose my words carefully and not use about 95 percent of them.

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vaporw
Jan. 19th, 2015 09:52 pm (UTC)
I agree. One can not "make" another do something. But with that said, I would take inventory about what the other person said to me/us and see if there was basis for the words.

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