Most people would describe themselves as inherently good people, but whether it be a misunderstanding, tough love, an honest act of assholiness, or a heated moment, you may be seen as quite the opposite to someone else. This can be a difficult label to shake.
Feel free to take a narrative...
I probably do for something I've said by this point in time, but you're not going to get it.
So besides the above example, what do you feel people owe you an apology for? It can be broad or it can be specific.
If you wish, what do you believe you owe others an apology for?
My aunt is teaching in Summer school for the first grade (6-7 year olds..) and a boy came up to her and told her that another boy tried kissing him and taking off his shirt in the bathroom before he ran. My aunt is worried that the attacker is being abused.
It's almost comical how a simple greeting or a smile can mean to us. A kind gesture, even on a seeming on a small scale, could serve as a pick me up for a moment, be carried with us for days with us for days, maybe even years.
Still, lots of us are guilty of keeping some of our thoughts to...
You're welcome to use the definition of the word loosely.
Throughout your life I'm sure you've encountered numerous things that you couldn't seem to get out of your mind. In some cases, they paralyzed your thoughts, in others, they made you act completely out of character.
So what kind of...