Everything isn't everyone else's fault. It takes a special someone to actually admit their faults. Sometimes, we have to take a look in the mirror and examine ourselves and see what it is we are doing wrong.
I have to admit, I've seriously grown in this department. I use to HATE the word sorry. You would never catch me saying anything that even sounded somewhat like an apology. Now I know the importance of saying "I'm Sorry". Its not even about the apology, the about moving forward. Now, I'm not saying you should just be dashing out "sorry" like its air. I've learned that its important to have peace of mind than to want to hold the "power". You know exactly which power I'm talking about. The kind people crave when they say things like "I broke up with him", "She called me first", etc. Sometimes taking the L and keeping that relationship in tact is much more important than your pride. I'm not saying you should allow people to walk all over you. But just let well enough alone. Keep your peace of mind and move on.
Maxi dress (Shoptobi here)