Apologizing When You Did Nothing Wrong Quotes [ TOP 40 QUOTES ]

Apologizing When You Did Nothing Wrong Quotes
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List of top 40 apologizing when you did nothing wrong quotes to read and share with friends on your Facebook, Twitter, blogs.

40 famous quotes and sayings about Apologizing When You Did Nothing Wrong you must read.

How to apologize when you are not wrong?

These are a few ways that you can try to apologize to someone who is blaming you for the wrong when you are right.

  • Be straightforward
  • Make physical contact.
  • A present will work

TOP 40 Famous Quotes About Apologizing When You Did Nothing Wrong

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It is a good rule in life never to apologize. The right sort of people do not want apologies, and the wrong sort take a mean advantage of them. – P.G. Wodehouse

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Why do girls always feel like they have to apologize for giving an opinion or taking up space in the world? Have you ever noticed that?” Nicole asked. “You go on websites and some girl leaves a post and if it’s longer than three sentences or she’s expressing her thoughts about some topic, she usually ends with, ‘Sorry for the rant’ or ‘That may be dumb, but that’s what I think. – Libba Bray

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Nothing changes until people decide to do the things they must, in order to bring about peace. – Shannon L. Alder

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Saying ‘I’m sorry’ is saying ‘I love you’ with a wounded heart in one hand and your smothered pride in the other. – Richelle E. Goodrich

5.

She’d never mastered the talent for apologizing, but she appreciated it in other people. – Terry Pratchett

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The first reaction is surely the most natural one, but not always the most correct one; thereupon, the invention of apologies. – riss Jami

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It doesn’t mean I am afraid of conflict or don’t know how to stand up for myself. I am getting to a place right in the middle where I feel good about exactly how much I apologize. It takes years as a woman to unlearn what you have been taught to be sorry for. It takes years to find your voice and seize your real estate. – Amy Poehler

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If you think the most courageous and difficult thing you can do is stubbornly stand your ground, try graciously giving in. – Richelle E. Goodrich

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Most people believe the journey they begin with Christ goes forward, but that is not how he works. A spiritual life is not cutting ties with people, in order to walk clean in the future. The journey home isn’t running away from obstacles. It is learning to stand where you are now and handle people, assert yourself, set boundaries and never feel your happiness is dependent on another person’s approval of your choices, beliefs or spiritual needs. – Shannon L. Alder

10.

I think the world honestly would be a much healthier place if instead of trying to find rationalizations for our bad behavior we would just say, “I was an asshole. Sure, there were reasons behind it, but that doesn’t matter. – Colin Quinn

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You can edit what you write. Why not edit what you say? If it hurts somebody, you can still offer an apology or withdraw your statements – Bangambiki Habyarimana

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While it is good to apologize and ask forgiveness from God, it’s just as important (perhaps more so) to extend it towards the person you wronged. Becoming a better person or trying to make amends with the universe only works when you start with the one you owe it to. – Donna Lynn Hope

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Perhaps, after all, the most beautiful words in the language are I’m sorry. – Christopher Buckley

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It was to apologize, and apologizing means he remembers what happened, and that means being trapped in a nightmare that’s already come true. – Beth Revis

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We should try to explain ourselves only to those who value us in their life. – Abhijit Naskar

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No, you’re not. If you were really sorry, you wouldn’t have done it. We do as we please, and then say we’re sorry. But we’re not sorry. We’re just uncomfortable–watching other people in pain. – Sarah Ruhl

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Apologetics=faith is weak, lets defend it – Bangambiki Habyarimana

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I think we each have a certain number of unnecessary apologies, which we willingly dish out before we realize it’s time to stand and fight. I may still have two or three left. – Joyce Rachelle

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Being big enough to know when you are small, makes you gigantic. Lack of humility is not necessarily the down fall of great relationships, it is the slippery slide ego and pride take you down that block communication, cause mis-communication and dissolution of trust, that kill a bond. – TAMMY WOOSTER

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To be able to say ‘sorry’ to a woman- a sister, or a mother, is a most helpful thing, whether sorry or not. Still, for the sake of peace and gentleness at home just ‘Sorry”which doesn’t bind you to anything—but it turns away wrath! And soreness! And is like sunshine and hurts no one. – Catherine Bailey

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Good point.” Sophia said at last. “I’m not very good at saying sorry, but I apologize. – Chris Kurtz

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Being sorry pays, being sorry even, or especially, when one has no fault, is worth every self-deprecating syllable the mouth allows. Because the mouth must eat. – Ocean Vuong

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You are being abused if you find yourself apologizing when you didn’t do anything. – Tracy A. Malone

24.

Never believe you’re so great or important, so right or proud, that you cannot kneel at the feet of someone you hurt and offer a humble, sincere apology. – Richelle E. Goodrich

25.

I apologize for apologizing.
“Thank you.”
Rick Riordan

26.

A sincere and warmly-expressed apology can produce the same effects as morphine on a suffering soul. – Richelle E. Goodrich

27.

Who cares who’s right or wrong when the last word is a kind apology? – Richelle E. Goodrich

28.

A truly humble apology works to part storm clouds, calm rough seas, and bring on the soft lights of dawn; it has the power to change a person’s world. – Richelle E. Goodrich

29.

And you can shove your apology. If it can come out of your damned mouth, then you can stand by it. – Lora Leigh

30.

There are things that can be fixed with an apology and things that can’t. – Otani Lovely Complex

31.

Saying sorry too much is an anchor on your upward mobility. – Aimee Cohen

32.

Never ruin an apology with an excuse. – Benjamin Franklin

33.

I am the wisest man alive, for I know one thing, and that is that I know nothing. – Plato

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Would ‘sorry’ have made any difference? Does it ever? It’s just a word. One word against a thousand actions. – Sarah Ockler

35.

Chocolate says “I’m sorry” so much better than words. – Rachel Vincent

36.

Life becomes easier when you learn to accept an apology you never got. – Robert Brault

37.

Never apologize for showing your feelings. When you do, you are apologizing for the truth. – José N. Harris

38.

Nothing says you’re sorry like a dead bunny. – Patricia Briggs

39.

Never apologize, mister, it’s a sign of weakness. – John Wayne

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I’m sorry if this all seems a little rushed and desperate. It is. – Chuck Palahniuk

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