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Causing unintentional harm

We all cause harm to our partner and the intimacy between us. We make mistakes that are foolish and unintentional and sometimes launch attacks on purpose.

When you wound another, apologize. Don't ignore the mistakes. When you inflict wounds, they can accumulate. Unacknowledged wounds can build a wall between you.

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Arguments and fights are common in the relationships. But an effective apology can give the relationship a new chance to blossom. Everybody needs to address the issues and practice empathy to apologize.

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