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Recall a time someone mistreated you, let you down, dropped the ball, made an error, spoke harshly, was unskillful, got a fact wrong, or slime iphone 5 case affected you negatively even if that was not their intention. (This is Samsung Galaxy S8/s7 Case 360 Degree Full Body Protective with apple iphone protective cases Tempered Glass Plating Mirror Case what I mean, very broadly, under the umbrella heading of ollo case iphone 7 "fault.") If the person refuses to admit fault, how do you feel? Probably dismayed, frustrated, uneasy, distanced, less willing to trust, and more defensive yourself. The interaction - and even the relationship - gets stuck on best buy phone cases 6s the unadmitted fault and is Pink Green Leaf Marble Tropical Leaves iPhone 6/7 Plus Case shadowed, dragged down, and constrained as a result.
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Admit the fault directly. Be simple and direct. It's alright to express or explain the context of the fault - like you were tired or upset about something else - but avoid justifying the fault, or getting lawyerly about it; and sometimes, especially in charged situations, it's best to simply acknowledge your fault without any explanation wrapped around it.
Try to be empathic and compassionate about the consequences of your fault for Samsung S8 Case the other person. Remind yourself why this is good for you to do! Stay on pepper spray case for iphone 5 the topic of your fault for a reasonable amount of time; don't jump quickly to the faults of the other person, but don't let the other person repetitively pound you for your fault after external power case for iphone 5 you've admitted it.
Make a commitment inside your mind, and perhaps to the other person, not to do this fault again.
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And then - sheesh! - it's time to move on. To more positive topics, or to stepping back in the relationship, or to more productive ways of relating with iphone 6s phone case otterbox the person.
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