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Love Means You Explicitly Have to Say You’re Sorry

Acknowledge your partner’s feelings so that both of you can move on.

Photo by mahdi chaghari on Unsplash

“Love means never having to say you’re sorry” is one of those catchphrases we repeat without even knowing where it comes from (it’s from a 1970s movie based on a novel, I checked).

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Life, acid and sweet.

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Renata Gomes

Renata Gomes

Writing about love, relationships, culture, and life in general. Get my book, Acid Sugar, at shorturl.at/hvAVX

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