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Should you always say: "I'm sorry" if you hurt, offend or wrong another person?
Do you think 'sorry' helps the other person feel better?
Does saying sorry make you feel better?
Do you apologize out of guilt or your obligation to acknowledge your wrong doing?
Have you ever refused to apologize?
Has anyone ever refused to accept your apology?
We can agree that there are instances where "sorry" probably wouldn't matter (like a willful murderer apologizing). Therefore, does "sorry" always matter or not?
When one says: "I'm sorry" it is an act of accepting the blame and consequences and confessing that to another. Are you ok with that or would you prefer not to have to do it?
Are there times when it is best to NOT apologize?
Does NOT saying sorry make you feel better?