Had a huge argument last night which was namely about how I always apologise by saying “I’m sorry I made you feel that way”. And apparently this is an issue because I’m not sorry for my actions. So often do I think I’m doing the right thing and that explains why I don’t apologise for the action.
I honestly think that my apology covers all bases. I’m more concerned about the effect the action has created rather than the action itself - because I may have indeed acted in good faith, only to discover that it was the wrong thing to do.
And so I have been asked to change this about myself which I find horrible because it is a phrase which comes so naturally to me. That’s a result of my diplomatic nature.
Sigh, this argument threw me around a lot last night.
What does anyone else think? Am I wrong in how I apologise?