Tips For A Great Apology

If you and your spouse, significant other or person that you are interested in romantically had a fight or something went wrong, there are some ways you can try to get them to forgive you. If you want to show that you are seriously sorry about what happened, and you want to apologize more than verbally, here are a few different things you can do.

Leave a Personalized Love Letter

Get home before them if you can, or get up before they wake up, and leave a personalized apology and love letter. Something that is written in your own penmanship, and not sent via email or text message is going to be the personal heartfelt message needed. An interoffice delivery or having it hand delivered throughout the day is romantic. The letter or card is also something they can hold onto forever. Make sure it's something they see right away in the morning or when they walk into the house.

Same Day Flowers

Find a floral company that delivers flowers the same day (such as City Scents Floral & Home), and have an arrangement sent to their office first thing in the morning. This works for a male or female. If you want to make sure the effects of the flowers last all day, you may also want to have a bouquet delivered to their home, so they are reminded of how sorry you are again. It doesn't have to be something extravagant, just flowers to show you are thinking of them.

Surprise Dinner or Meal

Have your significant other picked up from work, or have details or directions left for them to meet you. Pick a special spot in a park, under the stars, on a beach, or out of the ordinary. Set up a special meal or dinner at a nice restaurant or do something intimate and romantic at home. Just showing that you're taking the time to set up some quiet time for the two of you to deal with the fight and issues at hand is a great gesture.

There are a lot of different ways that you can say that you are sorry or to show that you regret your actions, but you want to make sure that you are sincere when you do it. Sometimes it can be easier to figure out how you want to apologize or what you want to say if you write things down, or plan them out in your head before you meet with the person. Take your time and make sure that you go out of your way to show that you truly regret the things that you said or did.