If you don’t, Someone else will

We don’t have a problem admitting our wrong or saying ” I’m sorry” in our marriage. I guess practice makes perfect ;o)

Someone who is right for you, or who loves you, should be one who, when they realize they are or were wrong, corrects bad behavior, apologizes for hurt or misunderstandings and tries not to repeat that negative behavior for the good of your relationship. That goes for family too.



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