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19 January 2015 @ 10:01 pm
Answer for question 4200.  
Imagine that you get into an argument with a friend. You both say things that are out of line. Days later, you apologize but he/she just accepts it and doesn’t offer their own apology, even though they said things that hurt your feelings. What do you say or do in this situation?
This has happened to me a lot, which I think is why people think they can abuse me. I just don't like to argue. Sadly, I tend to remember it and it impacts how I view the person in the future. Not that it makes a difference. Most people don't know when I am upset with them anyway, heh ;)
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MegTDJ: Text - Never trust an atommeg_tdj on January 20th, 2015 04:15 am (UTC)
I'm sorry!

Just in case. ;)
I am never merry when I hear sweet musicpaper_tzipporah on January 20th, 2015 05:09 pm (UTC)
I apologize fairly often for being cranky or accidentally more sharp-tongued than I intended, but if I think someone owes me an apology, I make sure they understand why I think that, and if they still don't apologize, I don't talk to them ever again because fuck that noise. But that's only happened like...once.