We give people too much power over our happiness and our mental well being. While an apology does at times help to feel better about someone or a situation, we should not be dependent upon someone else doing the right thing in order to feel better. Why does anyone deserve that much power over you? I have learned in my life time that people are going to be people. At the very least, the gift you get in someone who does not apologize for hurting you is them showing you who they are. When you know what and who you are dealing with, count it as a gift of knowledge.
Therefore, when someone hurts you, don’t sit around waiting on them to apologize in order for your heart and mind to heal. Instead, take that energy and use it toward being a better you by putting your faith and trust in God and not man.
Blessings and Inspiration,
Shannon Ayers Speaks