How to Apologize ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผ without Actually Saying You're Sorry ๐Ÿ˜ ...

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What do you do to get things back on track after a fight?2

Of course you can say youโ€™re sorry but maybe you donโ€™t want to.

Or maybe you think apologizing verbally would just bring the argument back up again.

Whatever your reason, hereโ€™re some alternative ways to apologize besides saying youโ€™re sorry.2

1. Let It Go

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Sometimes simply moving on is the best strategy.

Thisโ€™s especially true if this seems to be the path your guy has chose to take.

Guys donโ€™t usually like to keep an argument open and often prefer to ignore things.

A wise piece of advice my grandmother gave was โ€œthe least said, the soonest mended.โ€ Sometimes itโ€™s best just to let things go.

2. Laugh It off

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Humor can diffuse a tense situation.

It could be that making a joke about your argument could help you both to have a sense of humor about it.

It may suddenly seem like a lighter subject.

Reminding yourselves not to take things so seriously is sometimes a good idea.

You may even laugh over how silly your argument was in the first place.2

3. Explain Yourself

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Sometimes you can work things out by having a conversation where youโ€™re both open about your feelings.

You can avoid saying youโ€™re sorry by explaining yourself.

Once your guy understands why you said or did whatever it was, his feelings may change.

He may have more compassion than he did in the middle of the argument.

When you explain yourself he can see a bigger picture.

4. Offer Understanding

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On the flip side, itโ€™s good to try to see his point of view.3

A lot of times we get so caught up in our emotions that we donโ€™t truly listen to our partner.

Try to be open-minded and hear his heart.

This can be a big step in diffusing any argument you may have.

Approaching conflict with this strategy will make arguments almost non-existent.

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