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673 Best Forgiveness Quotes For Him: Sorry (2023)

1. “The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.” — Mahatma Gandhi


2. “Everyone says forgiveness is a lovely idea until they have something to forgive.” — C.S. Lewis


3. “My heart feels the burden of guilt because I will never forgive myself for what I did. But my heart also yearns the solace, which can only come with your forgiveness. I am sorry.”


4. “I forgive you for the times that you have hurt me, for the times that you have betrayed me. Now rise above your guilt, throw away your regrets, and be reborn with me by your side.”


5. “Forgiveness isn’t approving what happened. It’s choosing to rise above it.” – Robin Sharma


6. But I don’t want to spend the rest of my life hating someone I love from deep down inside my heart. I forgive you.


7. “I know you have the right to be angry. But, being your husband, I, too, have the right to prove myself until you accept my apology. I am sorry, sweetheart.”


8. “The commitment to forgive everyone, in all situations, without exception, including ourselves, is an intensely transformative commitment. The nature of forgiveness is such that it cannot be pretended or intellectualised. It is a practice which involves deep surrender to God and sincere humility. Surrender and humility are the two qualities which will advance our evolution most significantly. The practice of forgiveness brings quietness, stillness, peace, and happiness. If we want to be happy, we must be willing to let go of that which is most painful to us. The ego will put up a vicious fight, reminding us of how justified we are in holding onto all those things. The ego gets its life force from such resentments and so it is hardly going to co-operate with its own demise. However, with a sincere desire for happiness and peace, one finds the ability to let things go. The end result more than compensates for any temporary discomfort.” 


9. “I took for granted all our smiles, laughs, and memories. I promise to never do it again because they mean the world to me. I am sorry.”


10. “I have always found that mercy bears richer fruits than strict justice.” ― Abraham Lincoln


11. “I am sorry for always selfishly putting my needs first. We are a team, and I care about you more than I can ever say. I can prove that I am a changed person if you forgive me.”


12. “I took for granted our smiles, laughs, and memories. I promise I will not do that again because you mean the world to me.”


13. “As your husband, my job is to protect and cherish your heart. Sadly, I have failed. Please give me a chance to try again, my sweetest partner.”


14. “I know you needed a breather after the way we argued. Lately, I find myself barely breathing. Your love is the air in my lungs. Please pardon me.”


15. “When a partner does make a mistake, it isn’t acceptable for the other partner to dwell on it and constantly remind the spouse of the mistake.”—Elijah Davidson


16. “If our hearts are filled with unconditional love and true forgiveness, we are sure to experience miracles in our lives.” 


17. “There are fissures in every relationship. Fill the holes with forgiveness or tear it apart with anger. You have an option. I’ve decided to fill in the holes in our relationship, and I forgive you.”


18. “Because I make mistakes, I know others do too. I’ve found when I give forgiveness, it’s me—not the other person—who benefits.” — Ellen Miller, The One Year Book of Inspiration for Girlfriends


19. “You have hurt me in ways I could never have imagined. But I don’t want to spend the rest of my life hating someone I truly care about. I accept your apologies, and I forgive you.”


20. “Forgiveness Is the Best Form of Love. It Takes Strong Person to Say Sorry and an Even Stronger Person to Forgive.”


21. “Every relationship has cracks. Tear it apart with anger or fill the gaps with forgiveness. The choice is yours. I choose to fill the gaps in ours, and I forgive you.”


22. “My amazing partner, your sweet love is worth everything. I am sorry and willing to give up all my stubbornness to have you fully return to me.”


23. “He that cannot forgive others breaks the bridge over which he himself must pass if he would ever reach heaven; for everyone has need to be forgiven.” — George Herbert


24. “Can you ever find it in your heart to forgive me for this huge mistake that I have made? I love you too much to give up on us.”


25. “Forgiveness is freedom.” 


26. “When a deep injury is done us, we never recover until we forgive.” — Alan Paton


27. “Without you, the sun doesn’t shine, and the stars have lost their sparkle. Please forgive me for acting out of my weakness rather than my strength.”


28. “You are the best man in the world because you are patient and calm. Forgive me that I play on your nerves so often.”


29. “I am sorry for messing up things so badly with us. I am not afraid to admit that I made a mistake. Now please forgive me.”


30. “I understand that you need time to forgive me. But know that I am full of remorse and that I will be waiting, my dearest hubby.”


31. “I know you are angry, honey, but I want you to think about all the beautiful memories that have made us believe we are meant to be. I am sorry.”


32. “It was wrong of me to get upset at you when you were trying your best to make our night a good one.”


33. “Our fight has made me realize how much you truly mean to me. Is it too late for me to say that I am sorry?”


34. “When you choose to forgive those who have hurt you, you take away their power.” — Anonymous


35. “Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace.” — Jonathan Lockwood Huie


36. “I forgive you for not being there for me when I really needed you. I forgive you for not being strong enough to confront your selfish side. I understand why you’ve never been able to express your sentiments. I forgive you for all of your lies, deception, and neglect. Because I’ve finally let go of the hurt and resentment that have held me captive for so long.”


37. “My dearest partner, when pride gets in the way, it can be hard to move, and I apologize for letting it take control of me. I am sorry from the bottom of my heart.”


38. That's more of a gift than you could ever know.


39. “I forgive you for hurting me; I hate that you did, but I am grateful because it taught me that I am strong enough to survive anything. It made me realize how precious life is and what a treasure love is.”


40. “Never bring up mistakes of the past.”


41. “I want your hugs and kisses. I want you. I apologize for being inconsiderate.”


42. “True forgiveness is not an action after the fact. It is an attitude with which you enter each moment.” — David Ridge


43. “I wish I could imprint “sorry” on my heart and give it to you. I promise I will work to change my behavoir. Please forgive me, my sweetest honey.”


44. “Hey, partner, you have always been the mature one between us. I hope you will forgive me so I can have the chance to continue learning from you.”


45. “I will not fight over what’s right and wrong with the one who made all my wrongs right. I love you, baby.”


46. “Loving someone to the threshold of marriage doesn't mean the difficulties of life are suddenly going to disappear. You're both going to do a lot of forgiving and overlooking each other's faults over the years if you truly want a happy marriage.” 


47. “I’m not perfect, I make mistakes, I hurt people. But when I say sorry, I mean it.” – Unknown


48. “So we sat down together and talked for two and a half hours. It was just extraordinary. Because I'm very death, I was sitting very close to him. He was unshackled.


49. “I made a mistake because I am only human. But, I want my love to feel like home to you.”


50. “I’m not stupid; I know it wasn’t my fault. You said things that cut deep and left scars that will never completely heal. You were selfish and inconsiderate; you left me with no sense of self-worth. All I ever did was love you; why couldn’t you do the same? I forgive you for hurting me; I accept your apology; I’m taking all my strength back, I’m over it.”


51. “When you hold resentment toward another, you are bound to that person or condition by an emotional link that is stronger than steel. Forgiveness is the only way to dissolve that link and get free.” — Katherine Ponder


52. “You hurt me, but I forgive you. I know our love is faithful and will never be broken. You are my one and only true love whom I will always love unconditionally!”


53. “I want to be able to move on from this, but I know it’s not entirely my decision.”


54. “Forgive me for being so blind to your needs, my beautiful partner.”


55. “After we fought and I had time to cool down and think things over, I realized just how much you really mean to me. Please forgive me.”


56. “Forgiveness is a funny thing. It warms the heart and cools the sting.” — William A. Ward


57. “You deserve better, my husband. My constant prayer is that you will allow me to improve so that you will have what you deserve.”


58. “I forgive you for not being there for me when I really needed you. Knowing you’ve violated my trust and love is a tragedy no heart can bear. But, despite everything, I find room in my heart to forgive you and forget everything that has ever gone wrong.”


59. “Forgiveness stands for giving up something for yourself, not for the offender.”


60. “I do forgive you because I know that no one is perfect, and everyone makes mistakes, but at the end of the day, that doesn’t change how much I love you.”


61. “There is no love without forgiveness, and there is no forgiveness without love.” — Bryant H. McGill


62. “Dear love! My life is beautiful because of you. All I ask is for a chance to prove myself so that my life becomes vibrant again.”


63. “I know I am not perfect, and I make mistakes, but I am so glad that I have you to pick me up when I fall and help me grow into the best person I can be.”


64. “You did me a lot of harm, but I forgive you. I know I’m not perfect, and we’re only here now because of God’s grace. Thank you for being so patient with me. I’m crazy about you!”


65. “Forgiveness is a sign that the person who has wronged you means more to you than the wrong they have dealt.” — Ben Greenhalgh


66. “It is difficult to harbor unforgiveness and pray for the person who wronged you at the same time.” 


67. “Forgiveness is a reflection of loving yourself enough to move on.” — Dr. Steve Maraboli


68. “Because I make mistakes, I know others do too. I've found when I give forgiveness, it's me—not the other person—who benefits.” — Ellen Miller, The One Year Book of Inspiration for Girlfriends


69. Smedes, Forgive and Forget: Healing the Hurts We Don’t Deserve


70. “I love you. To me, that is all that matters. I forgive you for hurting me and hope we can grow old together and laugh at the past, only bringing us closer together.”


71. “I think the first step is to understand that forgiveness does not exonerate the perpetrator. Forgiveness liberates the victim. It’s a gift you give yourself.” — T. D. Jakes


72. “Your past may be painful, yet you must forgive, move on, and thank God for it. Your past has become a learning experience for you to become a better person and father.” — Martin Henderson, Fatherhood: A Message to Men


73. “I value having you in my life more than anything.”


74. “I’m really sorry for what happened, and I got you a gift that I think you might like to try and make it up to you.”


75. “I really regret that I acted like that in front of you.”


76. “I am sorry for being possessive, but it is hard to control my feelings because my husband is the most handsome man in the whole world. I do trust you. I love you!”


77. “I’m so sorry.”


78. “I know we just went through a rough patch—maybe I could plan a date for us so that we can spend some quality time together?”


79. “Without forgiveness and love, you will live with resentment, bitterness, malice and strife which result in more pain. You can never love without forgiving. Forgiveness deepens your ability to love and frees you from pain.” 


80. “I forgive you for hurting me, I forgive you, and I am giving you a second chance. I am giving us one more opportunity to work it out because I still love you. If we cannot make it this time, then I will really be heartbroken.”


81. “Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much.” ― Oscar Wilde


82. “A happy marriage is the union of two good forgivers.” — Robert Quillen


83. “Do you think that you could forgive me?”


84. “I forgive you for making me cry the way you did. I accept your apology for shattering my heart. I forgive you for the anguish you caused me, but more importantly, I forgive you for not comprehending how much these actions affected me.”


85. “Every second away from you, my partner, is like a dagger in my heart. Please accept my apology, for I can’t stand being apart.”


86. “Resist the urge to bring anyone else into the situation when you’re apologizing to a co-worker,” adds Morin. “Don’t blame the boss, the company, or your other team members for your behavior. Stick to ‘I messages’ like, ‘I really let my emotions get the better of me,’ as you take responsibility for your actions.”


87. The only way to make it stronger is to accept, forgive and move on.


88. “More than what I did, I am ashamed of who I have become. Please forgive me, and I promise you will see the best of me in the time to come.”


89. “I’d just been dealing with my mom, and I came into our conversation already upset.”


90. “I forgive you for hurting me, I forgive you for breaking my heart, but most importantly, I forgive you for not wanting to be with me anymore. I will always care about you no matter what. I want nothing but happiness for you. I wish that one day you will find someone who will love you the way that you deserve to be loved. Good luck to us both.”


91. “If you love someone, you will learn to forgive him or her gradually. That may be impossible for you. Perhaps, you have never loved someone like I do.” 


92. “Sometimes life drags me down, but that’s no reason to drag you down too. I love you, beautiful, and I hope you forgive me.”


93. “Without forgiveness, life is governed by an endless cycle of resentment and retaliation.” — Roberto Assagioli


94. “I forgive you for the way you made me cry. I forgive you for breaking my heart into pieces. I forgive you for the pain you put me through, but most of all, I forgive you for not realizing these things hurt me so much.”


95. “We all make mistakes, and I do that so often that I can’t believe you are still with me. But you are, and I know that’s because you love me. I am so sorry for hurting you.”


96. “When pride gets in the way, it can be hard to move. I apologize for letting it take control of me.”


97. “The train's wheels scraped the steel tracks, accelerating. With every rotation, Trey's heart hardened, like a popcorn kernel waiting to explode.” 


98. I can't think of my existence without you. I'm missing the kisses, the warm hugs, and all our future wishes. Please ...


99. I'm sorry for my wrong. Babe, I would be wrong to say I had not offended you. Please forgive me for the wrong things ...


100. “Strength is within, love is in the heart, forgiveness is when strength and the heart unite.” 


101. “Forgiving isn’t something you do for someone else. It’s something you do for yourself. It’s saying, ‘You’re not important enough to have a stranglehold on me.’ It’s saying, ‘You don’t get to trap me in the past. I am worthy of a future.’” — Jodi Picoult, The Storyteller


102. “I am sorry for not listening to you. You are my other half, and you deserve to be heard, especially by me.”


103. “Just because bad things happen, we don’t lose faith in the heavens above. Just because my heart has been broken, I will not stop believing in love. I forgive you.”


104. “We win by tenderness. We conquer by forgiveness.” — Frederick William Robertson


105. “I never want to stop being your wife. I promise to change myself and be more considerate of your feelings, my dear hubby.”


106. “I will give anything to have you right beside me. I want to be where I belong, and that is right in your arms. I am sorry I hurt you.”


107. “Anger makes you smaller, while forgiveness forces you to grow beyond what you were.” — Cherie Carter-Scott


108. “For me, forgiveness and compassion are always linked: how do we hold people accountable for wrongdoing and yet at the same time remain in touch with their humanity enough to believe in their capacity to be transformed?” – Bell Hooks


109. “Forgiveness is the key that unlocks the door of resentment and the handcuffs of hatred. It is a power that breaks the chains of bitterness and the shackles of selfishness.” ― Corrie Ten Boom, Clippings From My Notebook


110. “With a bruised heart and a deflated ego, with a sad soul and a head hung low, I apologize unconditionally, my partner. I am sorry, and I love you.”


111. “The most profound apologies are never heard by the ears, but they are felt through the heart. Put your hand on my heart and feel it weeping out in regret. I love you.”


112. “I miss your beautiful face hovering over mine and coming in for that special ‘goodnight’ kiss. Please let me make everything up to you, dear.”


113. “Forgive me quickly, otherwise, some other couple will claim the title of being “The Happiest Pair In The World.” I am sorry, baby.”


114. “I know I’ve really hurt you, but could you forgive me?”


115. “You deserve every right to be happy, to be forgiven because we all make mistakes, so I forgive you because I love you.”


116. “I am sorry for being so rotten. Dear, your forgiveness can begin an entirely new phase of our life together. Let us give this new start a chance.”


117. “Anger makes you smaller, while forgiveness forces you to grow beyond what you were.” — Cherie Carter-Scott


118. Maybe one day, you will and then you’ll understand how selfish you’ve been all this time. I forgive you.


119. “Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.” – Paul Boose


120. “These wounds won’t seem to heal. You left me here to bleed, but now I say farewell as I wipe the tears from my eyes and close the door behind me – letting you out of my life. My heart of stone was replaced with a heart of gold. I’ve finally found my soulmate, and all I want is to hold on to what was good. I forgive you now.”


121. “You are my heart, and when I hurt you, I feel miserable inside, too. Please forgive me.”


122. “I know someday we will laugh while remembering our argument. Let’s make a start. How about you forgive me so that I can be in your arms and smile together?”


123. “There are two words from you that mean the whole world to me, and those words are “Apology accepted.” I am sorry, honey.”


124. · 2) Ever since we started dating you have done everything I asked you ...


125. “Big or small, lies are lies. I am ashamed that I made you cry. Please give me another chance; I want to be the man you deserve.”


126. “I am sorry for acting so aloof. If you really want to know how I feel, then my love for you is proof.”


127. “Your beautiful smile has been hiding lately, and I know I am the reason. I am sorry for taking you for granted. You are an amazing partner, and I love you.”


128. “Forgiveness is one of the pillars that holds a relationship in place. I won’t let ours tumble over silly things. I forgive you.”


129. “I’m really sorry about the other night.”


130. “I can’t express to you how sorry I am about what happened.”


131. “It is meaningless or me to stay angry for a silly thing. Our marriage is much stronger and purer. I am sorry.”


132. “I accept responsibility for every wrong you do to me because if I didn’t love you, you wouldn’t have the opportunity to hurt me so horribly, but I forgive you because I still love you.”


133. But deep down in my heart I feel I’m doing the right thing. xoxo


134. “I am thinking about what transpired, and I have realized that we are all human and prone to many mistakes. I know I should be furious right now, but I realize the earlier I forgive you, the better for me. I forgive you, my love.”


135. “Forgiveness is liberating and empowering.”


136. “We can only improve when we learn from our mistakes and faults. I hope you will allow me to be a better husband by giving me that chance to amend things.”


137. “Sorry for being aloof and making you feel that I don’t care. I promise to behave in a way that reflects your love – profound and true.”


138. “Forgiveness is a funny thing. It warms the heart and cools the sting.” ― William Arthur Ward


139. “There are many things that I am angry about, but I have to let peace erase the anger in my heart. I forgive you.”


140. “You are my prince charming, the one who has been there for me. Please forgive me for taking you for granted.”


141. Forgiveness is the pill that’ll set you free. As hard as it is, I want to move on and free myself… I forgive you.


142. “Let us forgive each other—only then will we live in peace.” — Leo Tolstoy


143. “I want to trust you again, so I start by forgiving you because if I don’t, I won’t even trust you again. I love and care for you so much. I cannot change that fact because you betrayed me.”


144. “I know I’ve been pretty emotionally off lately. I think it would help our relationship for me to talk to a professional, and so I’ve scheduled an appointment with a therapist.”


145. “My eyes moisten at the memory of seeing you hurt. My heart breaks at the thought of losing you. I am filled with regret. I am sorry, my sweetest, for what I have done.”


146. “Before we can forgive one another, we have to understand one another.” ― Emma Goldman


147. “You’re my best friend, and I care about you so much.”


148. “Forgiveness is a powerful weapon. Equip yourself with it and free your soul from fear.”


149. “Let’s shake free this gravity of judgment, and fly high on the wings of forgiveness.” — India.Arie, “Wings of Forgiveness”


150. “Forgiveness is a virtue of the brave.” — Indira Gandhi


151. “When you forgive, you love. And when you love, God’s light shines upon you.”


152. “Never forget the three powerful resources you always have available to you: love, prayer, and forgiveness.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.


153. “The stupid neither forgive nor forget; the naive forgive and forget; the wise forgive but do not forget.” — Thomas Szasz


154. “It’s one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself, to forgive. Forgive everybody.” — Maya Angelou


155. “Forgiveness is a funny thing. It warms the heart and cools the sting.” — William A. Ward


156. “Apologies really differ from person to person according to what their apology language is and so I found, for example, that saying, ‘I’m wrong and I’m sorry’ will reach 77% of people,” Thomas explains. “But the remaining 23% are waiting to hear three other things and that’s why we have our five apology languages.”


157. “I am broken inside! I didn’t think that would hurt you like this. I am really very sorry, my handsome.”


158. I’m willing to make mine, I forgive you.


159. “There will be ups and downs in relationships. But it’s us who have to hold tight and be compassionate to one another, which I didn’t. I am sorry and I promise never to repeat it again.”


160. “Betrayal from a loved one is painful, but more painful is the betrayal of oneself. If I don’t forgive you, I betray myself. I still love you, so I forgive you.”


161. “There is no love without forgiveness, and there is no forgiveness without love.” – Brynt H. McGill


162. “In marriage, every day you love, and every day you forgive. It is an ongoing sacrament, love, and forgiveness.”—Bill Moyers


163. “Surely it is much more generous to forgive and remember than to forgive and forget.” — Maria Edgeworth, An Essay on the Noble Science of Self-Justification


164. “I have managed to destroy the best thing that has ever happened to me in my life. So please, forgive me, my love.”


165. “Even though you hurt me, I still love you, and I forgive you because my heart is capable of forgiving you.”


166. “Your precious heart has been broken by the arrows of anger I hurled into it. I was not myself, and the last thing I want to do is hurt you.”


167. “Let’s make a pinkie promise never to fight again, baby. I feel sorry for making you mad. You are my biggest treasure in life. I love you, please forgive me.”


168. “Sorry for thinking that I was right and thank you for loving me in spite. I love you.”


169. “Forgiveness is not something we do for other people. It’s something we do for ourselves to move on.” — Anonymous


170. “What can I do to make it up to you?”


171. “I ignored your happiness. I created an emotional mess. I am sorry for making trouble. Please forgive me, hubby. For me, you will always be special.”


172. “I forgive you. I know it’s not easy to admit you’ve made a mistake and say, “I’m sorry.” But maybe this time, you will stay true to those words.”


173. “Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much.” ― Oscar Wilde


174. “Because forgiveness is like this: a room can be dank because you have closed the windows, you’ve closed the curtains. But the sun is shining outside, and the air is fresh outside. In order to get that fresh air, you have to get up and open the window and draw the curtains apart.” – Desmond Tutu


175. “How about if we head to the park this evening? I think it would be good to talk about what happened.”


176. “Knowing that you are completely forgiven destroys the power of sin in your life.” – Joseph Prince


177. There is nothing more vengeful than a heart broken twice.


178. “It’s not an easy journey, to get to a place where you forgive people. But it is such a powerful place because it frees you.” — Tyler Perry


179. “Can we talk about this in person?”


180. “Forgiveness says you are given another chance to make a new beginning.” — Desmond Tutu


181. “I am sorry, dear, for telling you what to do. It is just my job to protect you, and I will do that with my whole being. But, I must learn how to do it in a way that honors you at the same time. Please show me how.”


182. “For every wrong you have pledged against me, you took responsibility. I forgive you so that we can be free from the pain of the past and accept today’s change.”


183. “You can’t forgive without loving. And I don’t mean sentimentality. I don’t mean mush. I mean having enough courage to stand up and say, ‘I forgive. I’m finished with it.” – Maya Angelou


184. “I am sorry for letting my silly pride get in the way of our marriage. The last thing I want to do is make you unhappy.”


185. “Once a woman has forgiven her man, she must not reheat his sins for breakfast.” — Marlene Dietrich


186. “If we really want to love, we must learn how to forgive.” — Mother Teresa


187. “Every time I remember that I hurt you, I feel guilt hanging all over me. I am now a captive of my deeds, and you have the keys to my prison door. Please forgive me.”


188. “No matter how much you love someone—the capacity of that love is meaningless if it outweighs your capacity to forgive.” ― Colleen Hoover, All Your Perfects


189. “Any dinner plans tomorrow? I want to get a chance to apologize to you not over text.”


190. “A person who does wrong often suffers more than the person who is a sufferer. I was shattered inside when I hurt you. Please forgive me, my sweetheart.”


191. “For being pushy, for being hasty and for being mad. I am sorry for saying things that were bad.”


192. “Grudges are for those who insist that they are owed something; forgiveness, however, is for those who are substantial enough to move on.” ― Criss Jami, Salomé: In Every Inch In Every Mile


193. “I am sorry for letting ridiculous things come between us. You are my better half, and I promise to improve if you give me one more chance.”


194. “Forgive, forget. Bear with the faults of others as you would have them bear with yours.” — Phillip Brooks


195. “It is better to say I am sorry, for something you didn't do than to let it rest for it to cultivate more hatred and pain.” 


196. “I am sorry that I allow myself to overreact first without giving you a chance to defend yourself. Please pardon me, honey.”


197. “Never forget the three powerful resources you always have available to you: love, prayer, and forgiveness.” — H. Jackson Brown, Jr.


198. “Forgiveness is the needle that knows how to mend.” – Jewel


199. “I forgive you for all the tears I’ve shed and the pain we’ve both experienced. Because we learned to love each other despite everything.”


200. “Never forget the three powerful resources you always have available to you: love, prayer, and forgiveness.” — H. Jackson Brown, Jr.


201. “With ego and supremacy, we are nothing. With love and forgiveness, we are the entire universe.” 


202. “I want to learn how to communicate with you better—would you be okay with having a conversation about this tonight?”


203. “Everyone argues eventually, but I am sorry for the way my anger took over. Please accept my apology and let’s talk this out, my dear.”


204. “It takes courage to hurt me so severely every time, but it takes even more courage to accept my forgiveness. Aren’t you aware that I adore you? You have my forgiveness.”


205. “To forgive is the highest, most beautiful form of love. In return, you will receive untold peace and happiness” – Robert Muller.


206. “We are not perfect, forgive others as you would want to be forgiven.” — Catherine Pulsifer


207. “My heart is broken over the words you spoke to me. I’ve grown to love you so much, and it hurt terribly when you said those things you did. I know that you are a good man deep down, but these bad thoughts are hurting you and not allowing you to see the good in others. I love you with all my heart!”


208. “I forgive you for hurting me, I forgive you for breaking my heart, I forgive you for leaving me at my lowest. I forgive you for all the pain you caused me because, in my heart, it’s just another scar that reminds me that I have survived. I forgive you and all your faults because we wouldn’t be a beautiful story without them.”


209. “I deeply regret hurting your feelings and making you second guess our marriage. Please believe me when I say that I am truly sorry for making you feel this way.”


210. “Honey, give me a chance to make it up to you. I know where I got it wrong and am determined to do better next time. Please allow me to show you my efforts to become a better man.”


211. “You have kissed away my tears many times, and if you let me, I would like to do that for you. I am sorry for the way I hurt you, my beloved husband.”


212. “If you do not practice empathy and forgiveness for your actions, it will be impossible to  practice empathy with others.”—Laura Laskin


213. “You injured me by not loving me as much as you should, but I forgive you because I still love you.”


214. I forgive you, now smother me in your hugs and kisses. xoxo


215. “I owe you an apology, and I’m really sorry.”


216. “Forgiveness is for you—not the other person. It’s something you do inside yourself that you feel in your body and heart that releases you from your past and frees you to live life fully.” — Barbara J. Hunt, Forgiveness Made Easy


217. Sincere Apology Quotes for Him. I know that things will not immediately return to normal whatever I say. But ...


218. “I’ve been thinking about our fight all day, and it’s really been bothering me.”


219. “I understand why you did what you did, and I love you enough to let it go. I trust you, once again, to make the right decision in your life. I forgive you and will be here waiting when things quiet down.”


220. “Sorry for hurting you, baby. I never meant to be so heartless. Please forgive me because, without your love, I am a man lost, without his queen.”


221. “With a bruised heart and a deflated ego; with a sad soul, and a head hung low; I ask for your apology, my dearest better half.”


222. “Be the one who nurtures and builds. Be the one who has an understanding and a forgiving heart one who looks for the best in people. Leave people better than you found them.” ― Marvin J. Ashton


223. “Sorry for being aloof and making you feel I don’t care about you. I promise to behave in a way that demonstrates my love – profound and true.”


224. “Your trust is a treasure that I did not treat well. I will work hard to earn that trust back from you.”


225. “To Heal a Wound, You Need to Stop Touching It.”


226. “The stupid neither forgive nor forget; the naive forgive and forget; the wise forgive but do not forget.” — Thomas Szasz


227. “The man who opts for revenge should dig two graves.” — Chinese Proverb


228. “Seeing us end up like this is unbearable. Please forgive me and let us continue living our lives together.”


229. “I have never met a person kinder than you. I know it may be hard, but please forgive me one last time?”


230. “Sometimes in life, you forgive someone because you’d rather have him in your life even after what he did than to lose him forever, which is why I want to forgive you and make things work.”


231. “I just say “forgive” because it’s more comfortable than “get over,” yet I’m still stuck in the same spot. I forgive you, but I still have the impression that you tore my heart out and stomped on it.”


232. “Beware of the man who does not return your blow: he neither forgives you nor allows you to forgive yourself.” – George Bernard Shaw


233. “Your patience with me is a godsend. I am sorry for causing you so much trouble lately.”


234. “Please hug me, for all I want is to listen to your breath as I offer my apologies. Give me a hug, my love, and make everything in the past less important.”


235. “Why do I wish you were here to pick up my broken heart, even when you crush it into a million pieces? Please return to me, darling; I love you and forgive you.”


236. “Unforgiveness is so much stress, I tell you. You just keep going round in circles instead of taking a straight path which forgiveness offers.” 


237. “I miss your handsome face hovering over mine and giving me a goodnight kiss. Please let me make everything up to you.”


238. “Forgiving isn’t something you do for someone else. It’s something you do for yourself. It’s saying, ‘You’re not important enough to have a stranglehold on me.’ It’s saying, ‘You don't get to trap me in the past. I am worthy of a future.’” — Jodi Picoult, The Storyteller


239. We have ours. I want to embrace all the imperfections in ours, even if that means letting go even when I don’t want to. I forgive you.


240. “I think I’ve taken you for granted over the years. But I have realized how my life is incomplete without you. I have learned my lesson. Please forgive me.”


241. “Staying connected emotionally is key to maintaining a healthy relationship,” says Amy Morin, a psychotherapist and the author of 13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do. “So it’s important to express your regret and request forgiveness. That means never placing any blame on the other person or say things like, ‘I’m sorry you feel that way.’ Instead, say, ‘I’m sorry I raised my voice,’ to show that you take full ownership for your actions.”


242. “It feels like all the sorrow of a lifetime has been rolled into one big fight. Can you ever forgive me? You are my precious life partner, and I love you more than you will ever know.”


243. “I feel blessed each day to call you my husband. Please do not let a quarrel get in the way of this beautiful relationship. I am sorry for what I have done.”


244. “I never wanted you to hurt me. I expected you to make me happy all the time. Despite all this, I still want to live my life with you forever.”


245. “I made a mistake because I am only human. I hope you will forgive me.”


246. “I am sorry that my behavior led to you becoming angry. I love you and want to assure you that if you wake up at midnight feeling lonely, I am still here.”


247. “I am here because I truly want us to live a great life together, and I have realized that mistakes like these cannot fit in the perfect life I wish for us. So please let us keep these ugly moments behind us. I am sorry and I love you.”


248. “A broken friendship that is mended through forgiveness can be even stronger than it once was.” — Stephen Richards


249. “As long as you don’t forgive, who and whatever it is will occupy a rent-free space in your mind.” — Isabelle Holland


250. “To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you.” ― Lewis B. Smedes, Forgive and Forget: Healing the Hurts We Don’t Deserve


251. “There will always be people throughout your life who will treat you wrong. Try not to stress over the people who hate and done you badly.” 


252. “One always begins to forgive a place as soon as it's left behind.” — Charles Dickens, Little Dorrit


253. “ I know you are a big-hearted man who will forgive me. I promise I will work to behave better in the future.”


254. “When you are happy, you can forgive a great deal.” – Princess Diana


255. “You cannot love if you cannot forgive.” 


256. “When apologizing to a friend, it may be appropriate to offer to repair your wrongdoing,” says Morin who suggests offering to take your co-worker to lunch after that missed coffee date. “While you can’t undo what you did wrong, you can offer to do something that shows you value the relationship and you’re invested in doing whatever you can to make it work.”


257. “I believe forgiveness is the best form of love in any relationship. It takes a strong person to say they’re sorry and an even stronger person to forgive.” — Yolanda Hadid


258. “I’ve been upset all night thinking about the fact that I yelled at you.”


259. “How unhappy is he who cannot forgive himself?” — Publilius Syrus


260. “I don’t expect things to become normal right away. But until that happens, I will keep trying every day with my sincerest apology.”


261. “My selfishness has rocked the boat in our little stream, and I’m hoping my apology will bring smooth sailing and sunny skies back to our marriage.”


262. “We are two headstrong people with our own minds, which tells me we can work this out if we try. Please forgive me, my dearest partner.”


263. “I forgive you, not because I’m afraid of losing you forever, but because I think you deserve another chance.”


264. The hardest thing in life is to forgive. But hate is self-destructive. If you hate somebody, you're not hurting the person you hate, you're hurting yourself. Forgiveness is healing.”— Louis Zamperini, Don't Give Up, Don't Give In


265. “One should never do wrong in return, nor mistreat any man, no matter how one has been mistreated by him.” ― Socrates


266. “I have no idea how many times I have told you that I forgive you, but I have forgiven you each and every time. Only if you wake up one day and realize you can’t forgive yourself for hurting me will I refuse to forgive you. I will be by your side through it all, whether it takes a lifetime or two, tears or grief.”


267. “There is no revenge so complete as forgiveness.” ― Josh Billings


268. “We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive. He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love," - Martin Luther King Jr. SOUTHERN LIVING


269. “I still trust in your big heart and our true love. Forgive me, sweetie.”


270. “You are my dream come true, the most beautiful gift that God gave me. I love you beyond the imagination. Please overlook my actions. I am sorry.”


271. “I am human, and I will make mistakes. I know it does not give me an excuse for what I have done, but I am sorry I let things spin out of control.”


272. “You hurt me in a way that I would never have imagined. But I don’t want to spend the rest of my life hating the one I love from deep down inside my heart. I forgive you.”


273. “Today, I forgive you for all of your heinous errors. I treasure our bond. So welcome back into the fold, and allow me to reclaim my love for you. We will never allow something like this to happen again.”


274. “Please consider my mistake as a small pothole in the beautiful freeway of our married lives. I promise to do my part to work to fix it so we can cruise along again.”


275. “You are the only man who has the magical power to make me happy again. Please give my love another chance by accepting my apology.”


276. “My dearest husband. Seeing the pain in your eyes when I said horrible words, broke my heart. I can never take that moment back, but I promise I will work to avoid behaving that way again.”


277. “For all the pains and headaches I have caused you, I intend to give you twice the joy and peace. Just let go of the past.”


278. “I never meant for things to spiral so out of control. I have made the biggest mistake of my life by hurting you. Please find it in your heart to forgive me.”


279. “Hurting the man I love has left me feeling lost, empty, and gloomy. Please forgive me so that our lives become beautiful once again.”


280. “I may have been bad, but you always remind me of my mistakes and hurt me, but I forgive you. I adore you.”


281. “May my confession of all the wrong things I have said soften your heart toward me, my beloved. I promise to make things better.”


282. “The years we have been married have been the most wonderful of my life. I am still in love, with you and I want to apologize for the rude things I said.”


283. “I understand that it will take a while for you to trust me again. But I promise to work hard to gain it back if you will let me, my dearest other half.”


284. “Throughout life people will make you mad, disrespect you, and treat you bad. Let God deal with the things they do, because hate in your heart will consume you too.” — Will Smith, “Just The Two of Us”


285. “Forgiveness is me giving up my right to hurt you for hurting me.”


286. “Let’s get over the past together and create a new lease of faith and love. I am sorry, and I know we will win.”


287. “It’s easier to forgive an enemy than to forgive a friend.”


288. “Blame keeps wounds open. Only forgiveness heals.” — Thomas S. Manson


289. “My lies have been dark clouds. Your kindness has been the silver lining. I hope you forgive me.”


290. “I know I could have been the best man in your life, but I am sorry that I failed. But failure is not always the end. Give me another chance.”


291. “It is impossible to change the past, but you have my promise to make it up to you in the future. I am truly sorry.”


292. “Forgotten is forgiven.” ― Scott Fitzgerald, The Crack-Up


293. “You are the man of my dreams. Please forgive me for misbehaving in a way that may seem like your life is a nightmare lately.”


294. “Learning to forgive will help you remove a major roadblock to your success.”


295. “I forgive you! It is the hardest thing I’ve done in my life, but it’s something that has to be done.”


296. “Most of us can forgive and forget; we just don’t want the other person to forget that we forgave.” — Ivern Ball


297. Just because my heart has been broken, I will not stop believe in love. I forgive you.


298. “Forgiveness is not a feeling; it is a commitment. It is a choice to show mercy, not to hold the offense up against the offender. Forgiveness is an expression of love.” — Gary Chapman


299. “The realization of what I have done cuts deeply into my soul and stabs my heart. I cannot justify my actions, but I regret them every moment. I beg your forgiveness and hope you give me another chance.”


300. “You are the kind of woman who only comes around once in a lifetime. I am probably the most fortunate man to have you as my partner. I am sorry that I hurt you. Please accept my apology, and let us heal together.”


301. “As your lover, you have the right to my forgiveness. From the bottom of my heart, I forgive you. I still care about you.”


302. “Despite our differences, I know we have a great future together, and I can’t go there alone. Please forgive me, my eternal partner.”


303. “Not a minute goes by without me thinking about how I hurt you. I am sorry, my dearest hubby.”


304. “I miss your touch. I miss our moments. Without you, I am nothing, my better half. Please forgive me.”


305. “I know that feelings were really hurt the other day. I think we could process this better by having an open conversation.”


306. “Being short-tempered has always been one of my downsides. Yet, it does not mean I do not love you. I love you till the end of the universe and more. I am sorry.”


307. “My heart is trapped in regret and only your love and compassion can set it free. I love you, and I am sorry, my sweetheart.”


308. “I wish I had a time machine to undo all the wrong actions I did to you. I regret it all, and I am sorry.”


309. “Know that I fought Trinity, with every part of me, I fought” 


310. “I broke your heart, but I realized mine was broken too in a million pieces. No wonder you are my better half. Ours is the love of a lifetime. Please forgive me.”


311. “I really don’t want to have a repeat of last night, so could we schedule some time to talk about how we’re feeling?”


312. “I believe forgiveness is the best form of love in any relationship. It takes a strong person to say they’re sorry and an even stronger person to forgive.” — Yolanda Hadid


313. “My heart is bare before you, my partner, and I know you can see my pain. I was foolish to hurt you and promise never to do it again.”


314. “Never does the human soul appear so strong as when it foregoes revenge.” — Edward Hubbell Chapin


315. “One forgives to the degree that one loves.” — François de La Rochefoucauld


316. “To err is human. And I am not an alien. Please forgive me, my handsome hubby.”


317. “My biggest mistake was that all this while I was letting my ego come in the way of a heartfelt apology. I am sorry, baby.”


318. “Every couple fights. But only true lovers can patch up. I know we really love each other and can mend our relationship.”


319. “Forgiveness is the key to action and freedom.” ― Hannah Arendt


320. “I am sorry that I couldn’t stand tall in your eyes. I desperately want to see a smile on your face, and I promise to be the man you always wanted me to be.”


321. This is my sunrise.


322. “I think people make the mistake of making excuses when they’re apologizing to their parents, and I think they need to make the apology and let it stand on its own,” she says. In order to do this, she recommends incorporating all five apology languages and biting your tongue to avoid making any sort of explanation or excuse.


323. “Dull, gloomy, and sad – these words describe my life when you become distant from me. I hope you will forgive me and become my partner once again.”


324. “I can see how what I said hurt you.”


325. “I may never forget what happened in the past, but I have the strength to look beyond and forgive, just for the sake of what can happen in the future.”


326. “Your past may be painful, yet you must forgive, move on, and thank God for it. Your past has become a learning experience for you to become a better person and father.” — Martin Henderson, Fatherhood: A Message to Men


327. “The remedy for life’s broken pieces is not classes, workshops, or books. Don’t try to heal the broken pieces. Just forgive.” — Iyanla Vanzant


328. “Be the one who nurtures and builds. Be the one who has an understanding and a forgiving heart, one who looks for the best in people. Leave people better than you found them.” ― Marvin J. Ashton


329. “A HERO... IS... FOREVER.


330. “Forgiveness is a strange thing. It can sometimes be easier to forgive our enemies than our friends. It can be hardest of all to forgive people we love.” — Fred Rogers, Wisdom from the World According to Mister Rogers


331. “When you forgive, you heal. When you let go, you grow.” — Anonymous


332. “If two people were ever meant to be together, it’s us. I’m sorry for letting my wrongdoing come between us.”


333. “For all the memories we share, for all the smiles we have, it breaks my heart to see you sad. I am so sorry, baby.”


334. “You cannot forgive just once; forgiveness is a daily practice.” ― Sonia Rumzi


335. “Forgiveness is a powerful expression of the love within our soul.” — Anthony Douglas


336. “I understand why you did what you did, and I’m willing to forgive you. Once again, I trust you to make the best decision of your life. I forgive you and promise to be here when things calm down.”


337. “My ears are longing to hear your words of trust in who I am. I promise never to do it again, my precious partner.”


338. “I feel bad that my behavior led to your feeling sad. I feel guilty for you feeling iffy. I am sorry, baby. Please forgive me.”


339. “No matter how I behave when I am angry, here is what you need to know. You are the best thing that ever happened to me in life. I am sorry, honey.”


340. “The people who did you wrong or who didn’t quite know how to show up, you forgive them. And forgiving them allows you to forgive yourself too.” – Jane Fonda


341. “I bet I am the reason for the severe headaches you had today. I would like to be your medicine, and drive the pain away. I am sorry.”


342. “We may not know how to forgive, and we may not want to forgive; but the very fact we say we are willing to forgive begins the healing practice.” — Louise Hay


343. I am sorry! If you want, I am ready to wear 'I Am Sorry Plate' for the whole day. Please forgive me ...


344. “I realize that my anger has become a problem for us. I want to make things better, so I’ve decided to start taking anger management classes.”


345. “I know I made a mistake, and I promise I will do my best to notrepeat it. I am sorry. I will make it up with lots of hugs and kisses.”


346. “I am sorry that I sound like a broken record lately. I promise, my sweet hubby, that I will work hard to get my act together.”


347. “I haven’t slept well, I haven’t eaten properly, and I haven’t shaved. You bring life to my world.”


348. “In your arms is the only place I want to be. Please let me explain how sorry I am.”


349. “I know I was wrong for claiming that I was right. I promise to always give your view due importance. Please accept my apology.”


350. “When you walked out the door, my heart broke, and I realized you were right. Please give me another chance to be the man you look up to again.”


351. “I feel betrayed because I trusted you, but I forgive you because I love you, and my love for you can trust you again.”


352. “Nothing can erase the nasty moment when I hurt you. But I promise there will be moments when I will make it up to you. I am sorry.”


353. “Happily ever after is not a fairy tale. It’s a choice.” – Fawn Weaver


354. “My sweet angel, how could I have been so thoughtless? It breaks my heart to see the emptiness in your eyes. Please forgive me and allow me to bring back their sparkle.”


355. “No matter what, you will always be my number one. Can you please forgive me for what I have done?”


356. “Forgiveness keeps you from being bound by something the other person might never set right.” — Tony Evans


357. “He wanted to prove to her, every step of the way, that she had been true through grace (through his every mistake), that she had great taste for once choosing him in the first place.” 


358. “It’s not easy to forgive and let go but remind yourself that harboring resentment will only aggravate your pain.”


359. “Let me make it up to you. Today, I ask for forgiveness from the most beautiful woman I have ever seen.”


360. “I know times have been tough, and I am sorry for not being supportive enough. Let’s put that behind us and look forward to happier times ahead.”


361. “I know I have let you down, and now I have emptiness and guilt in my heart. Can you fill the void with your forgiveness, my dear?”


362. “Some days, I forget how lucky I am to have you as my life partner. I am sorry yesterday was one such day. I promise to improve my memory and hope to avoid repeating that again. I am sorry, honey.”


363. “I know that I cannot change what happened in the past, but I can do everything in my power to make sure that the future is better if you only forgive me.”


364. “I am sorry that I failed you. But, my mistakes have taught me to hold fast and cherish the most precious person in my life.”


365. “Forgiveness is the remission of sins. For it is by this that what has been lost, and was found, is saved from being lost again.”- Saint Augustine


366. “I am sorry I did not stop to realize the value of our relationship. Having a husband like you is like having a dream come true.”


367. “My fickle mind may have made a mistake, but my heart and soul always love you. I am sorry. Please forgive me, my handsome king.”


368. “I’d like to ask you for your forgiveness, if you’re ready.”


369. “Bitterness is a disease that slowly eats your spirit. The medication that will set you free is forgiveness. As difficult as it is, I want to move on and be free. I forgive you.”


370. “I want to show you that I care about you, so I made you this playlist that reminds me of you.”


371. “You are my strength, and without you, I am weak. Please hold my hands and forgive me so that I can be strong once again.”


372. “My sweet angel, how could I have been so thoughtless? Please give me a chance to repair what I damaged. I ask for your forgiveness, my dearest partner.”


373. “I want to let you know how sorry I am for goofing up the other day. I promise pay more attention to how I behave. Lots of hugs and kisses.”


374. “If I owe Smith ten dollars and God forgives me, that doesn’t pay Smith.” – Robert Green Ingersoll


375. “I can forgive, but I cannot forget, is only another way of saying, I will not forgive. Forgiveness ought to be like a canceled note – torn in two and burned up so that it never can be shown against one.” – Henry Ward Beecher


376. “Sometimes, I do things that hurt you because I cannot control my emotions. It’s not your fault, and I am really sorry for spewing on you that way.”


377. “I am sorry for being overly demanding, and I hope you will take me back in your arms again. I miss that tender spot on your shoulder. Please forgive me, honey.”


378. “Forgiveness is not about forgetting. It is about letting go of another person’s throat.” — William P. Young, The Shack


379. “Sometimes the burden of forgiveness is easier to carry than the burden of living life without the person you love. And that’s why I’m ready to put the past behind me.”


380. “Forgiveness can make a marriage whole again.”—Elijah Davidson


381. “Please forgive me for dragging you down with the worst of my behavior. It was my tongue getting ahead of my brain. I am sorry.”


382. “I was completely in the wrong to have called you those names.”


383. “An expression of regret is key to giving an effective apology to a child,” Morin says. “Be willing to use feeling words like, ‘I feel really sad that I let you down,’ or ‘I am mad at myself for messing up.’ Then, make it clear that you’re going to try and do better next time. Your child will learn a lot about life from the way you apologize so be a good role model and accept full responsibility for your actions.”


384. “You are my destiny, but I have disrespected you with my behavior. Please find it in your heart to forgive me.”


385. “Your commitment to the friendship is a good thing to reiterate at the beginning or the end of the apology,” says Thomas. Her advice also mirrors Morin’s by suggesting you go with apology language number three on her list — making amends — in order to truly aim to make up for a wrongdoing with a friend.


386. “My dearest husband, I hope that this apology will be the beginning of our path to healing. I miss you so much and long for things to be right between us.”


387. “I pray that you see my deeper wounds. It’s not about what you did to me, but more about how it made me feel about myself. For the longest time, I was haunted by your words, actions, and thoughts. To me, that was more painful than what you did to me. I forgive you for doing that to me; may it never happen again.”


388. “The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.” — Mahatma Gandhi


389. “Slide the weight from your shoulders and move forward. You are afraid you might forget, but you never will. You will forgive and remember.” — Barbara Kingsolver, The Poisonwood Bible


390. “May this apology be like a soft blanket for you. Wrap yourself in its warmth and feel the softness of my heart as I make things right with you, my dearest hubby.”


391. “I forgive you for all the lies, the deceit, the neglect. Because I have finally let go of the hurt and anger that has chained me down all these years.”


392. “Though I was unaware of it at the time, that simple act of forgiveness was the beginning of an entirely new level of experiencing life for me.” — Wayne Dyer, You'll See It When You Believe It


393. “I ask of you is to forget the last few months and look at them as a small bump in our otherwise l life as husband and wife. Please pardon me.”


394. “You have kissed away my tears many times, and if you let me, I would like to do that for you. I’m so sorry for how I hurt you, my beloved partner.”


395. “But remember that forgiveness too is a power. To beg for it is a power, and to withhold or bestow it is a power, perhaps the greatest.” — Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale


396. “The man who forgives is far stronger than the man who fights.” — Nathan Croall


397. “Bitterness is a disease that eats your soul day after day. Forgiveness is the pill that’ll set you free. As hard as it is, I want to move on and free myself. I forgive you.”


398. “I crave to see that smile on your face. I crave to look into those eyes. Please forgive me and hold me in your arms again.”


399. “Every time I see you hurt, my heart breaks. Please forgive me so I can become a happy man again.”


400. “It’s not an easy journey to get to a place where you forgive people. But it is such a powerful place because it frees you.” — Tyler Perry


401. “I was having a hard day, but I shouldn’t have taken it out on you.”


402. “Ho, ho, ho". Santa boomed in a deep voice. "Merry Christmas, young lady."


403. “Forgiveness is not always easy. At times, it feels more painful than the wound we suffered, to forgive the one that inflicted it. And yet, there is no peace without forgiveness.” — Marianne Williamson


404. “As I walked out the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, I’d still be in prison.” — Nelson Mandela, Long Walk to Freedom


405. “Give me a chance to show that you are my life’s most precious treasure. I love you, and I am sorry.”


406. “Forgiveness is a powerful tool to reconnect with the offender and your true, inner self.”


407. “Forgiveness says you are given another chance to make a new beginning.” — Desmond Tutu


408. “I feel sorry for making you mad, and I don’t want you to feel bad because of some foolish things I said.”


409. “There are no limits to my remorse and guilt. You have no idea how badly I miss you. I acted in a state of unawareness. Now all I ask humbly, my queen, is for a chance to prove myself to you.”


410. “Loving someone to the threshold of marriage doesn’t mean the difficulties of life are suddenly going to disappear. You’re both going to do a lot of forgiving and overlooking each other’s faults over the years if you truly want a happy marriage.”—E.A. Bucchianeri


411. “I am sorry that I had the nerve to take you for granted. I do not know what I was thinking. You mean so much to me, my dearest husband.”


412. “You forgive individuals because you’d rather have them in your life even after they’ve done something bad, than lose them forever. As a result, I’d like to forgive you and work things out.”


413. Which is why, I want to forgive you and make things work.


414. “We must develop and maintain the capacity to forgive. He who is devoid of the power to forgive is devoid of the power to love.” — Martin Luther King, Jr., A Gift of Love


415. There are always people who can't forgive an able man for differing from them.” — George Eliot


416. “The world’s most handsome husband deserves the world’s most tender apology. I am more sorry than I have ever been. Forgive me, darling.”


417. “Acceptance and tolerance and forgiveness, those are life-altering lessons.” – Jessica Lange


418. “There is no revenge so complete as forgiveness.” – Josh Billings


419. “You are a wonderful partner with a big heart. My heart hurts without you. Please forgive me and let me be in your heart once again.”


420. “If you cannot forgive others, you break the bridge over which you must pass yourself. Make sure you are always building bridges and not walls because those walls may be blocking your progress.” 


421. “Getting over a painful experience is much like crossing monkey bars. You have to let go at some point in order to move forward.” -C.S. Lewis


422. “It’s one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself, to forgive. Forgive everybody.” — Maya Angelou


423. “A heart filled with anger has no room for love.” ― Joan Lunden, Wake-Up Calls: Making the Most Out of Every Day


424. “I shouldn’t have said what I said.”


425. “I know it must be really hard on you to have me constantly doubting your commitment to me.”


426. “I forgive you for hurting me. I forgive you for all the agony you’ve caused me because it’s just another scar on my heart that tells me that I’ve made it this far.”


427. “Forgiveness is a sign that the person who has wronged you means more to you than the wrong they have dealt.” — Ben Greenhalgh


428. “I am sorry for hurting you so deeply, sweet partner. I want to be your hero again. Can you forgive me?”


429. “My lousy attitude has created an ugly stain on our marriage. I pray that time and forgiveness can wash it away. I’m sorry for being so rude to you.”


430. “I want nothing more than your forgiveness. It hurts me to see you cry. Please help me set this right.”


431. How do I make my husband forgive me?


432. “Forgiveness is the only lethal weapon which can destroy all evil.” 


433. “Life is short, my love has been long. I am weak, you are strong. Please forgive me and let me love you again, my better half.”


434. I forgive you.


435. “True forgiveness is not an action after the fact. It is an attitude with which you enter each moment.” — David Ridge


436. “I cannot glue the broken pieces of your heart together, but I can try to heal it with my love. Please forgive me and let me prove my devotion to you.”


437. “You didn’t simply tell me a falsehood… You betrayed my faith. You took it for granted that I opened my heart and soul. I’m not sure where to begin, but it aches from the inside out. Even though things will never be the same between us, I still want you to know that I am strong enough to look you in the eyes and forgive you for what you did. I’m not the type to seek vengeance. I’ll leave the dirty labor to karma.”


438. “Never does the human soul appear so strong as when it foregoes revenge.” — Edward Hubbell Chapin


439. “I never wanted to create a distance between us. I am sorry. Let us bridge this gap together.”


440. “When we don’t forgive, we’re not hurting the other person. We’re not hurting the company that did us wrong. We’re not hurting God. We’re only hurting ourselves.” — Joel Osteen


441. “I am sad that I made you sad. I did not mean to darken your world. Can you forgive me for making such a mistake?”


442. “Forgiveness in love can be compared to thorns on a rose. Both hurt, but in the end, the outcome is beautiful. I love you, baby.”


443. “If we really want to love, we must learn how to forgive.” · 2. “Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much.” · 3. “How ...


444. “To err is human; to forgive, divine.” — Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism


445. “Fights make us stronger if we know how to compromise. And I want to learn how because I want to be with you forever. I’m sorry for what I did. Please forgive me.”


446. “I understand that you’re a kind and sensitive person, and so expressing myself in an angry way like that must be really difficult for you.”


447. “When you forgive, you in no way change the past—but you sure do change the future.” ― Bernard Meltzer


448. “By having a forgiving attitude, you can change your life and the lives of the people you care about most.” — Kathie M. Thomson, Managing the Blended Family


449. “Don’t ever underestimate the power of forgiveness. I’ve seen it free people. I’ve seen it lift burdens that had weighed them down and kept them from moving on.” — Buffy Andrews, A Grandmother’s Legacy


450. “Apologies aren’t meant to change the past, they are meant to change the future.” – Kevin Hancock


451. I have the heart to forgive you.


452. “I wish I could travel back in time to change the course of events. I cannot do that. But I promise I will work to be sure we so not have such an ugly moment in our time to come. I am sorry.”


453. “My shameful actions spoke loudly, but I hope you can still hear my words. I love you deeply, my partner, and will do everything I can to show you how much.”


454. “No god will spare you forgiveness for loving me.” 


455. “Our fight was terrible. It hurts me, and I know it hurts you too. Honestly, I have no idea how to heal your heart, but let me begin by saying I am sorry, and please show me the way.”


456. I forgive you every tear I have cried, but I will never ...


457. “Please accept this big, heartfelt ‘sorry’ wrapped in kisses and hugs and sealed with a few tears for the hurt I caused you, my sweet honey.”


458. “I really love you, even if I don’t show it all the time.”


459. “And you know, when you’ve experienced grace, and you feel like you’ve been forgiven, you’re a lot more forgiving of other people. You’re a lot more gracious to others.” – Rick Warren


460. “All major religious traditions carry basically the same message: that is love, compassion, and forgiveness. The important thing is they should be part of our daily lives.” ― Dalai Lama XIV


461. “Sorry” is not enough to make you feel better and I know that. I’m asking for forgiveness, but I also promise to pay more attention to what I say and what I do, because I don’t want to hurt you anymore. 


462. “Anger begets more anger, and forgiveness and love lead to more forgiveness and love.” — Mahavira


463. Both hurt, but in the end the outcome is beautiful. I love you baby.


464. “Yours is the most beautiful and compassionate soul I know. I yearn for your compassion. And there is nothing more beautiful than your love, my sweetheart.”


465. “To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was you.” — Lewis B. Smedes


466. “Forgiveness is the giving, and so the receiving, of life.” – George MacDonald


467. “No matter what happens, you will always remain my biggest priority. Will you forgive me for what I have done?”


468. “If you’re apologizing to your child, first, I would give you a gold star because it’s so important for us to do that,” Thomas says. “We need to model the apology languages for them.


469. “Last night’s fireworks in our relationship made me cry. I was wrong, and I own up to it. Please forgive me.”


470. “The last thing I wanted to see was you getting hurt, and especially from something caused by my silliness. Please, my hubby, forgive me for what I have done.”


471. “You might not know it, but I do care about you and forgive you for hurting me. You are one of the most amazing people I’ve ever had, and please know that I forgive you and that I am here for you.”


472. “To forgive is wisdom. To forget is genius. Because it’s true. It’s a new world every heartbeat.” — Joyce Cary, The Horse’s Mouth


473. “Sorry indeed seems to be the hardest word. But I am ready to go to any extent to apologize. Please forgive me, dear, for what I have said and done.”


474. “Once a woman has forgiven her man, she must not reheat his sins for breakfast,” Marlene Dietrich.


475. “A broken friendship that is mended through forgiveness can be even stronger than it once was.” — Stephen Richards


476. “If you can’t forgive and forget, pick one.” — Robert Brault


477. “For the person who tortured me in jail. For the person who tortured the many of 


478. “You will know that forgiveness has begun when you recall those who hurt you and feel the power to wish them well.” – Lewis B. Smedes


479. “I forgive you for hurting me; I despise you for it, but I am glad because it showed me that I am capable of surviving anything. It taught me how valuable life is and how valuable love is.”


480. “Forgiveness has nothing to do with absolving a criminal of his crime. It has everything to do with relieving oneself of the burden of being a victim—letting go of the pain and transforming oneself from victim to survivor.” ― C. R. Strahan


481. “Being sorry is the first step to repentance, and repentance is the first step to being a better person. Please allow me to to prove that I can be a better husband. I am sorry.”


482. “Forgiveness is like faith. You have to keep reviving it.” – Mason Cooley


483. The important thing is they should be part of our daily lives.” ― Dalai Lama XIV


484. “You are the good cop to my bad cop routine. Obviously, I went off the rails yesterday. I’m sorry for hurting you.”


485. “Forgive, forget. Bear with the faults of others as you would have them bear with yours.” — Phillip Brooks


486. “You’ll never know how strong your heart is until you learn to forgive who broke it.”


487. “I come to you in complete humility, asking you to find it in your heart to give me another chance. You are all I think about, my queen.”


488. “Forgiveness is a strange thing. It can sometimes be easier to forgive our enemies than our friends. It can be hardest of all to forgive people we love.” — Fred Rogers, Wisdom from the World According to Mister Rogers


489. “Real forgiveness is a lifelong commitment. You must practice it every day.” — Richard Daly, God’s Little Book of Joy


490. “Whenever I am hurt by you, you just serve to remind me of my own flaws and weaknesses. Even though you have injured me, I still love you.”


491. “Forgiveness is healing... especially forgiving yourself.” — Alyson Noel, Evermore


492. “Being with you leads to my feeling so happy. It’s insane that somehow I manage to mess it up. I plan to continue to learn and become better for myself and for you. For now, please forgive me.”


493. “Blame keeps wounds open. Forgiveness is the only healer.”


494. “My love for you is so big, and I cannot hold any grudge against you. I love you, so I forgive you.”


495. “Forgiveness has nothing to do with absolving a criminal of his crime. It has everything to do with relieving oneself of the burden of being a victim — letting go of the pain and transforming oneself from victim to survivor.” ― C. R. Strahan


496. “Please accept this big, heartfelt sorry wrapped in kisses and hugs and sealed with a few tears, my sweet husband.”


497. “How unhappy is he who cannot forgive himself.” ― Publilius Syrus


498. “You’re so important to me.”


499. “I did not mean what I said to you. I am asking for your forgiveness from the bottom of my heart. You are the person that I love the most in the world.”


500. “Work has been really tough these past few days, but I should have left those feelings in the office.”


501. “Mistakes are always forgivable if one has the courage to admit them.” — Bruce Lee, Striking Thoughts: Bruce Lee’s Wisdom for Daily Living


502. “When I hurt you, I hurt myself even more. I pray that I can make amends and heal any wounds I may have caused.”


503. “I have never felt this bad in my entire life. I love you, and I would never hurt you on purpose. I will do anything for you to forgive me. Just don’t be mad, my dearest hubby, because I love you.”


504. “Each day without you, my partner, I sink deeper into a pit of despair. I need the strength that your companionship offers.”


505. “Let me apologize to you for my wrong words. It happened accidentally. You are the best man I have ever known. Love you.”


506. “My love for you survives every argument. I am sorry for insisting on doing things my way and hurting you. Please forgive me.”


507. “God made us to contaminate his creation with a Love Epidemic. Whom have you contaminated today?” 


508. “Because I know that’s not who you are, I forgive you for hurting me. Everyone makes errors. Second chances are a blessing from God.”


509. “It is easier to forgive an enemy than a friend.” — William Blake


510. “I have known you for a long time, and I know your heart is bigger and deeper than any ocean. Will you forgive me? Your love feels like home to me. I want to come back home.”


511. “I miss that tender spot on your shoulder. You have no idea how painful my life is without you. I am sorry, my honey.”


512. “I can forgive you for hurting me, but even more so, I can forgive you for helping me to grow. That’s more of a gift than you could ever know. Thank you for being brave enough to live your truth and allow yourself to feel again. May you find peace, happiness, love, and strength. I love you.”


513. “Without forgiveness and love, you will live with resentment, bitterness, malice and strife which result in more pain. You can never love without forgiving.


514. “I am sorry for acting in such a way where you ended up feeling unwanted. You are the man I want. Please forgive me, my dearest hubby.”


515. “I’m not very good at saying sorry, but I apologize.” – Chris Kurtz


516. “Sorry” is not enough to make you feel better and I know that. I’m asking for forgiveness, but I also promise to pay more attention to what I say and what I do, because I don’t want to hurt you anymore.


517. “You don’t need strength to let go of something. What you really need is understanding.” Guy Finley


518. “My beloved king, there is nothing that can replace you in my life. I am sorry that I took you for granted.”


519. “I FORGIVE YOU! It is the hardest thing I’ve done in my life, but it’s something that has to be done. One day you will see where I’m coming from and hopefully learn your lesson. Even though you hurt me so badly, I have chosen forgiveness over revenge.”


520. “Forgiveness is not weak. It takes courage to face and overcome powerful emotions.” — Desmond Tutu


521. “When one forgives, two souls are set free.” — Anonymous


522. “Weak people seek revenge. Strong people forgive. Smart people ignore it.”


523. “I feel worthless without you because you are the most precious gem of my life. I am sorry, my better half.”


524. “Forgiveness brings us closer to those who have hurt us and helps them to experience the forgiveness and love of Jesus through us who forgives them.” 


525. “Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.” — Buddha


526. “Real forgiveness is a lifelong commitment. You must practice it every day.” — Richard Daly, God’s Little Book of Joy


527. “Peace within us starts when we learn to forgive and let go” 


528. “Take forgiveness slowly. Don’t blame yourself for being slow. Peace will come.” — Yoko Ono


529. “Please forgive me for not living up to the vows I made to you on our wedding day. I promise to give you my all.”


530. “Without forgiveness, life is governed by an endless cycle of resentment and retaliation.” — Roberto Assagioli


531. “How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours.” -Wayne Dyer


532. “Deal with the faults of others as gently as with your own.”


533. “Most of us can forgive and forget; we just don’t want the other person to forget that we forgave.”—Ivern Ball


534. “I thought my heart would break. But as time went by, I had to let go of the pain in my heart; I give you my forgiveness from the bottom of my heart.”


535. “Nothing is right in this world if I can’t make this right. Please give me another chance to become a better version of myself. I am sorry, my dearest.”


536. “No matter what, deep down inside, I know that you love me, and I love you… and nothing else matters. I forgive you.”


537. “He that cannot forgive others breaks the bridge over which he himself must pass if he would ever reach heaven; for everyone needs to be forgiven.” – George Herbert


538. “You gave me purpose, you gave me a reason to live and look forward to the next day. I am sorry, honey. You mean the world to me. Please forgive me so that we can rekindle our love once again.”


539. And that’s why, I’m willing to put the past behind.


540. “I promise I will work to make sure I think of our relationship before making decisions. I am sorry for being hasty, my dear.”


541. “I promise that this won’t happen again.”


542. “Forgiveness is the final form of love.” ― Reinhold Niebuhr


543. “My selfishness has rocked the boat in our little stream. I hope that my apology will bring smooth sailing back to our marriage.”


544. “Forgiveness is above all a personal choice, a decision of the heart to go against natural instinct to pay back evil with evil.” — Pope John Paul II


545. “I overlooked your happiness only to realize that my happiness lies in yours. Please forgive me.”


546. “Forgiveness is the needle that knows how to mend.” — Jewel, “Under the Water”


547. And I'm so sorry for not being able to be there for you today. Please forgive me, my sweet ...


548. “I feel terrible about what happened.”


549. “If I begin to tell you how terrible I feel, my message will run into pages. To cut a long story short, I am sorry, my dearest partner.”


550. “You’ll never know how strong your heart is until you learn to forgive who broke it.” – Anonymous


551. “For me, the most important thing in the world is our marriage, and I really want to be with you till the end of time. I am sorry, please don’t be mad.”


552. “What you did was terrible and sarcastic. But since you regret all your behavior and have apologized, then I forgive you.”


553. “We can talk about my fault as long as you want because that’s the only way to make this relationship strong and everlasting. I am sorry for hurting you.”


554. “Say something like, ‘I’m so sorry that I didn’t show up to your family get-together after I said I would. I know how important that was to you. Please forgive me for missing it.’ Then, focus on changing your behavior in the future to show that you truly are sorry.”


555. “Can we talk about what happened?”


556. “Forgiveness is not always easy. At times, it feels more painful than the wound we suffered, to forgive the one that inflicted it. And yet, there is no peace without forgiveness.” — Marianne Williamson


557. “It’s not just other people we need to forgive. We also need to forgive ourselves. For all the things we didn’t do. All the things we should have done.” ― Mitch Albom, Tuesdays with Morrie


558. “I really want to express how sorry I am to you face-to-face—can you carve out some time this weekend?”


559. “I am sorry for the pain I caused you, I feel so bad.” – Gabor Timis


560. ” The first to apologize is the bravest. The first to forgive is the strongest. The first to forget is the happiest.”


561. “Forgiveness is not weak. It takes courage to face and overcome powerful emotions.” — Desmond Tutu


562. ...... but first you should forgive me for coming in to ur life and loving you ..forgive me pls for coming between both of you 🙏🙏🙏


563. “I’ve never loved somebody as much as you. And that’s saying something because I’ve always had an easy time loving people, but it was different with you. It wasn’t all about love. It was more profound, more powerful, and more gratifying than I could have imagined. I forgive you for everything you’ve done to hurt me.”


564. “It’ll take more than just a few tears for me to walk away… I never knew the real meaning of love until I met you, and I’m not letting that go so easily. I forgive you.”


565. “I was so impulsive that my nagging behavior became repulsive. Now I will be compulsive in saying sorry to you until you forgive me.”


566. “I am truly penitent, dear. Let me suffer guilt for my wrongs by working hard to pave a new path and prove myself to you once again.”


567. “Because that is what true love is all about, I will forgive you for hurting me. I want to teach our children the importance of saying sorry and how much we care for one another.”


568. “In the time you have been mad at me, all I have felt is sorrow. I cannot live this way, and I want to see your smile once again. So please forgive me.”


569. “I forgive you for everything, all the tears I have cried, all the blackness of nights without your love.”


570. “I accept your apology for causing me pain. I forgive you for disappointing me. I forgive you for hurting me, I forgive you for your errors and the suffering you have caused.”


571. “Love’s voice reverberates with forgiveness across the room of our heart” 


572. “We don’t lose confidence in the Gods above just because horrible things happen. I will not stop believing in love just because my heart has been broken. I forgive you.”


573. “I believe in second chances. I believe in letting go. But most importantly, I believe in us… I forgive you.”


574. “I make mistakes. I have learned so much from this one, and I promise not to think more carefully before I act. Please forgive me, my hubby.”


575. “We have an ideal love in an imperfect world. Ours is a love worth fighting for. Please forgive me and let us be madly in love like we were, once again.”


576. “Be the one who nurtures and builds. Be the one who has an understanding and a forgiving heart, one who looks for the best in people. Leave people better than you found them.” Marvin J. Ashton


577. “You are my rock and the love of my life. I am sorry for forgetting that in the heat of the moment. Please forgive me.”


578. It Takes Strong Person to Say Sorry and an Even Stronger Person to Forgive.” “You'll never know how ...


579. “Nothing inspires forgiveness, quite like revenge.” – Scott Adams


580. “I’ve been feeling really depressed lately, but you don’t deserve to be the target.”


581. I won’t let ours tumble over silly things. I forgive you.


582. “Many tears dropped from your eyes because of the way I hurt you. Today, I intend to convert your fallen tears into a precious pearl. I am sorry.”