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For the last few years being thin skinned, insulting, uncouth, never admitting wrongs & never seeking forgiveness has been all the rage.

Saying sorry is an excuse. Admitting wrong, asking for forgiveness & inquiring how to make things right. Then if possible making things right is honorable & moral.

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zapjb said:   For the last few years being thin skinned, insulting, uncouth, never admitting wrongs & never seeking forgiveness has been all the rage.

Saying sorry is an excuse. Admitting wrong, asking for forgiveness & inquiring how to make things right. Then if possible making things right is honorable & moral.

I admit nothing!

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IF you're serious that's very sad.

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if you're married, about once a week... only if you want to stay married.

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Should have seen that one coming. But I meant outside of marriage & I don't mean girlfriends either.

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Hello. I am OT's resident expert on all this sort of stuff. Heck, we got a whole https://www.fatwallet.com/forums/off-topic/1505076?showmessage=19526017 for it.

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Kandykornhead said:   Hello. I am OT's resident expert on all this sort of stuff. Heck, we got a while https://www.fatwallet.com/forums/off-topic/1505076?showmessage=19526017 for it.
  Not confessing. But asking for forgiveness or admitting you were wrong to the person you harmed.

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zapjb said:   For the last few years being thin skinned, insulting, uncouth, never admitting wrongs & never seeking forgiveness has been all the rage.

Saying sorry is an excuse. Admitting wrong, asking for forgiveness & inquiring how to make things right. Then if possible making things right is honorable & moral.
 

  
Ahem. Your post comes across priggish and heavy handed.
I don't think saying sorry is an excuse. Perhaps it rolls off the tongue without enough thought or feeling going into it.
I admit when I'm wrong a fair amount, which isn't to say necessarily enough.
I cannot remember the last time (if ever) I asked for forgiveness of another person in the way that you mean. Despite the overall tone of the OP, you have sparked some thought in me.

I also can't remember anyone asking me for forgiveness.
Interesting.

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