Sorry.

Apologizes doesn’t end with I’m sorry. If a person is sincere with their apology then they not only feel remorse for how they’ve wronged you, but they will also fix the situation. Whether it’s working to regain your trust, asking you how can they make things right, and in some cases staying away from you, especially if they don’t have good intentions in the first place. We live in a day and age where the word sorry is handed out like free samples in the food court mall. All too often people only do it to get something from you. They’re not sorry enough to fix the situation, they’re only sorry enough to keep you interested, and that’s where the problem lies. The thing many of these individuals fail to realize is that just because a person forgives you, doesn’t make the offensive behavior okay or tolerate. The bottom line is to follow the golden rule. “Do to others as you would have them do to you (Luke 6:31).”

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