The power of apology!
How often we say these kinds of words like “I am sorry” or “Excuse me” to people on the bus or train just for hitting into people or stepping onto their feet accidently. These words fly out of our mouths like a bullet and we do not think twice before saying them because we know it is right, and we do not even know those people. However, for example, when we hurt someone’s a feeling with invisible power of words, and, in this case we should consider offering something more powerful than just a childish excuse, yes, that’s right- an apology. Whether you believe it or not, but by offering an apology we in this we let another person with upset feelings know that we are truly sorry for what we have done and did not think that it will hurt him somehow. Thus, an apology is sort of a healing balm to soothe someone’s feelings. A sincere apology can prevent a couple from an unpleasant process of breaking up. It is true that an apology contains the cure for a wounded heart. When an apology is offered by a person, who is truly sorry, than it remove all obstacles that lay between two people to solving the problem that led to their argument. For example, you promised your girlfriend to buy some milk on the way home, and you forgot to do this. She came home tired after a long and tiring day at work, and you get her more upset with forgetting what you promised her. In this case, offering a simple apology and promising quickly run down to the grocery store can change her bad mood into appearing a big smile on her face. A heartfelt apology can heal someone’s deeply hurt feelings. Let’s say when people hurt each other feelings unconsciously and not noticing that in some way, it can become a big problem in the relationship between two people who are in love with each other. It can lead even to physical abuse of your loved ones. A good example would be a trouble relationship between two celebrities, Rihanna and Chris Brown, after they broke up years ago...
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