I am an extremist by nature. If I love you, I love you deeply and if I don’t care, I will make sure you know that. I don’t know how to be in a relationship, whether it is with friends or family, and not be true and honest, and express genuinely. I give each relationship that is important to me everything that I have. This is why probably it hurts me deeply when someone crosses the boundary or hurts me in any way. Yes, now I am far more mature to handle such situations well but it does make me question the core of that relationship when the situation is not handled properly. I am fine till you do not add anything positive in my life or are at least neutral but I do not like when people take me for granted and try to add any kind of negativity in my life.
I will not accept any form of energy that I never send out.
I have realized that it is very difficult to accept a mistake. Is it because our ego plays a big role in it or is it because we just want to look at things from our perspective?
I feel not trying to make up is a choice. It is a choice to not try to mend things..It is a choice to give your ego or self problems far more importance than your relationship. So if we think about it deeply, it is our choice to let others suffer and make ourselves go through the same unproductive feeling.
But Is just saying sorry enough or is there more to it?
Well, I read somewhere that there are three parts to saying sorry..
I am sorry ~~~It is my fault ( no excuses please) ~~~What can I do to make it right?
The second and third part matters the most because this is where you take responsibility for not just what you did but also for what you need to do to make it right. This is where you need to dig deep down in your soul and remind yourself that how much that relationship means to you and try every possible thing to bring that special person back to a place full of positive energy, love and affection..
So Yes, just saying sorry is not enough…Please give it all you have!
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