I hope so
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Actually, the one I thought of was girlfriend. But I suspect the same for ordinary friends. My thinking pattern is usually along the lines like, "They can't help but be what they are, even if that leads to grief on my part." With that said, I don't conflate forgiveness with taking someone back. I could forgive a person and still find it in our best interest to go our separate ways. What I mean by "forgive" is that I no longer fault them in ways that upset me.
U mean u forgive but don't forget?
U mean things won't be like it was before?
I don't see how it's possible to forget. I just don't hate, don't hold any grudges. It's like if someone does someone wrong to me, and I'm over the heat of the moment, I still wish them to be happy, you know. Because it's like I'm not a god. Maybe they will do better. Maybe not. Maybe they're that way for reasons I don't understand. I don't know. And because I don't know, I forgive them. I don't let thoughts about them upset me.
* someone does something wrong
I think you have to assume a lot to hate someone, especially after brief passionate moments. Maybe we're assuming they're just evil all around, or that they can never possibly change, etc. I never have such confident assumptions. If I stop and ask maybe there was a big misunderstanding, maybe they had bad parents and teachers, maybe they will learn and become better in the future, may not. I just don't know. And there's no hate or grudge to hold when you draw "I don't know" as a conclusion.
I broke my friends heart tbh. And I'm not sure if she forgives me or not😔
There's an adage that goes like, failing to forgive is like drinking poison and expecting someone else to suffer. I am using "forgive" that way, not giving second chances. If you mean second chances, a lot of that depends on how likely I think whatever wrong they did to me will happen again.
I think really screwed up and I can't fix it🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️
I wanna die🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️🤦♂️
Best bet if you go for second chances is to remember that it's ultimately about convincing a person that it won't happen again. The sincerity of an apology is only a small component of that. The whole point here is to convince someone that a repeat will not occur, and repeated apologies doesn't necessarily do that.
So how can I show that I'm really sorry?
I think better is to focus on how to show that it won't happen again and try to make yourself appealing to her and find her in a good mood. It depends how fresh. But I would err against repeated apologies, especially long after the incident occurred because now you're starting to remind them of why they wanted to avoid you.
Oh yes I shouldn't remind that shit
At the samd time because they are acquaintances they don't ask for forgiveness anyway lol
Time and honesty
I hope so😔
Oops I think so😔
Oh really? Why?
Bc My heart broken It no more when my heart was broke