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600 Sincere I'm Sorry Quotes To Apologize To Your Partner

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


2. "Truly saying sorry is never easy to do, and when you are, you just hope it’s not too late.” – Justin Tranter


3. "Hello from the outside. At least I can say that I’ve tried to tell you I’m sorry for breaking your heart.” — Adele


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


5. "Smart people always say sorry, while the stupid ones just wait for the smart one to say sorry.”


6. I'm a horrible person. You have every right to hate me. You should hate me. I want you to hate me! I insist that you hate me! I'm scum, I'm garbage, I'm vermin, and I'm sorry. — In & Out


7. It isn't always easy to apologize for your mistakes but doing so shows a person with a strong sense of self. – Byron Pulsifer


8. "The hero isn’t the one who is right, but the one who steps forward to take the blame – deserved or not – and apologize to save a relationship.” – Richelle E. Goodrich


9. “With a bruised heart and a deflated ego, with a sad soul and a head hung low. I apologize to you unconditionally my wife. I am really very sorry and I love you.”


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


11. “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.”


12. True friends stab you in the front. — Oscar Wilde


13. True remorse is never just a regret over consequence; it is a regret over motive. – Mignon McLaughlin


14. "In order for there to be peace it may mean that a person needs to apologize for a wrong spirit, or attitude.” – Stanford Murrell