5 Things we should Never Apologize for in a Relationship.

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“I’m sorry, I was really anxious when you answered my call.”

Alina had called several times, and the man she was seeing had not answered his phone all day long. She had the worst thoughts imaginable…that he might have died, or something terrible might’ve happened to him. He wasn’t pleased with her overreacting on the phone

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