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I was read the "Help for the Family" article.  Was that a hint?

 

That was a good article. I personally don't have a problem saying "I'm Sorry" to my wife, I do it all the time.

"I'm sorry you were wrong"

"I'm sorry you weren't listening"

"I'm sorry you didn't tell me that cookie was yours"

 

just kidding....

:D

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That was a good article. I personally don't have a problem saying "I'm Sorry" to my wife, I do it all the time.

"I'm sorry you were wrong"

"I'm sorry you weren't listening"

"I'm sorry you didn't tell me that cookie was yours"

 

just kidding....

:D

Thanks for the examples. I now see that 'I am sorry that I went to the game instead of cleaning the garage' is not the correct way to apologize. I will change this to 'I am sorry I didnt clean the garage; And I am sorry you missed such a great game.' Much better. 

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That was a good article. I personally don't have a problem saying "I'm Sorry" to my wife, I do it all the time.

"I'm sorry you were wrong"

"I'm sorry you weren't listening"

"I'm sorry you didn't tell me that cookie was yours"

 

 

I am sorry to read this. :D

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That was a good article. I personally don't have a problem saying "I'm Sorry" to my wife, I do it all the time.

"I'm sorry you were wrong"

"I'm sorry you weren't listening"

"I'm sorry you didn't tell me that cookie was yours"

 

just kidding....

:D

Enjoyed these comments.  My dad had to apologize to a brother once and he said "I am sorry you heard what I said."  And the brother accepted the apology in the presence of other elders and they went on about their business.  

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