Thursday, February 25, 2021
Relationship

Don’t Marry Her If She Can’t Say “I’m Sorry” When Wrong

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We grew up to the popular phrase that “No one is perfect” but the Holy Bible has instructed us to be perfect, as our heavenly Father is perfect.

“Therefore you are to be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect.” – Matthew 5: 48.

From the above verse, it has become a duty on us to work on becoming perfect beings even though we know it won’t be that easy.

Likewise, as man, before you decide to marry a particular lady irrespective of how long you guys have known each other, it is expedient to watch out for certain traits.

One of the most important character traits to look out for in an ideal woman is her ability to say “I’m sorry” if she is wrong.

As simple as saying “I’m sorry” sounds, some people especially ladies find it difficult to say because of their social status or family background.

For a man getting ready to marry, you need to know if your wife-to-be finds it very easy to say “I’m sorry” or not before you go ahead and marry her.

If she knows how to say it easily when she is wrong, it is a plus for you and your new union. However, if she finds it difficult, please run for your dear life or you will regret it.

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Saying “I’m sorry” can help, it means you have realized that you wrong and have regretted your action and won’t repeat it that again.

After you have said “I’m sorry” for your actions, please make sure you do not repeat the same action or you will not be taken seriously any longer.

How to correctly say “I’m sorry”. Please follow these simple four (4) steps before;

Step 1: Express Remorse. Every apology needs to start with two magic words: “I’m sorry,” or “I apologize.” This is essential because these words express remorse over your actions. …
Step 2: Admit Responsibility. …
Step 3: Make Amends. …
Step 4: Promise That It Won’t Happen Again.

I will end here with a song from the late reggae legend Lucky Dube titled “It’s Not Easy”.

Thank you…

Dr. Noamesi
Your Relationship & Marriage Coach

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