“Remember that time I berated you and kicked you out of my house? My bad.”
Bake them a cake?
If you were wrong, something like this: "I'm sorry. I shouldn't have berated you and kicked you out of my house. Will you forgive me?"
apologizing sucks. I don't want to do it, but thanksgiving is in 2 days. and I did overreact.
ok im going to do it now, wish me luck.
Do it really half-assed like "I'm sorry you got upset when I berated you and kicked you out of my house".
@SteelCannon Let us know how it goes. Most sincere apologies go far in rebuilding the relationship, especially when the offender doesn't offer any excuses.
I like to avoid the topic altogether and then after years of silence I give them a 'poke' on Facebook to start rebuilding the relationship.
I got it done guys, thanks for the support. The hardest part was going there. In the end I just walked up and said I am here to apologize for yelling at you and kicking you out of my house. I said I am sorry over and over while she cried then we hugged and I left.
That sounds hard but like you did the right thing. I hope you have a great thanksgiving.
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