Do you think if a person keeps doing something (anything) on purpose for their own selfishness numerous times even though the FIRST time they KNEW it was wrong, knew how it made you feel, you TOLD them not to do it again but they have continued to over and over and they always say "sorry" every time they do it. Do you really think someone is sorry for something they knew not to do before hand and did it anyway many times after that? I always thought if you are TRULY sorry you wouldn't be doing it in the first place after already knowing this. Can you really be sorry for something if you keep doing it? Please give me a yes or no answer and you can add your reasons too. This is something my DH and I are disagreeing on.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 9:07 PM on Jan. 3, 2009 in Relationships
Answer by Jazak at 9:10 PM on Jan. 3, 2009
I think the same thing as you do....but try and imagine something that you've done that hurt someone you care about...was it malicious or did you just do a stupid thing? If the person keeps repeating the same stupid thing..I guess you can really be sorry for something you keep doing...the person may just need some help to stop doing it. Like when I had to quit smoking, I kept smoking even though I knew better and felt so horrible for continuing to do so...my husband helped me quit and I kicked the bad habit. It could be one of those type of things.
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