Is it easy or difficult for you to just say the two simple words of "I'm sorry" to someone?
Easy to say, difficult to mean. I'm rarely actually sorry.
Difficult because most of the time I don't mean it.
I say it even when I shouldn't, just because I'm afraid to lose people and I hate confrontation.
"I don't know" is another biggie. But for most people it's "please" and "thank you" which I learned in the 2nd grade
Easy. That's one of my better traits, being able to admit that I'm wrong. But if I'm really not sorry and someone's expecting me to apologize, hell nope
Difficult. But I'll do it willingly when I truly mean it, or if I hurt somebody because I never want to do harm to another, my temper just gets the better of me most of the time.
It's easy when you've had lots of practice like me.
Always easy. I'm quick to apologize and quick to forgive.
Very easy. Hopefully, not often necessary.
Easy. But easier still to not need to very often.
It's very easy.
I do it a lot.
If I find out I was truly wrong it's easy and I may even go overboard with it...but if you want me to say it to just please the other person when I was actually right, difficult.
It's very easy for me to apologize when I know I was wrong. It makes me feel better.
I definitely over-apologize.
I'm sorry to hear that :-)
Sorry. Hope you can work through it.
No. They fly right out.
Difficult, but I have been much better about it lately.
99% of the time.
Sadly, it's easy.
When something happens to a friend, I've always said "oh I'm sorry", meaning it happened to them. Really it makes it sound like I'm saying sorry because I did something.
Thats a good point. Those two words can mean that you sympathize with someone too. I'm thinking here of admitting when a wrong has been done.
I very much dislike conflict and I try to avoid it as much as possible. I have no problem apologizing and being sincere.
It's not just super easy, but I'd prefer not to let my pride get in the way of making things right.
It comes very easy for me. I'm a very sincere and genuine person.
And that's not common in pirates :-)
There are some good pirates!😋