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  1. Emily Nunn says

    Another deeplifequote: rejecting people’s sincere apologies because they are imperfect apologies offered by imperfect people is tragic. Especially if it blinds them to the possibility that they might owe an imperfect apology of their own. If you can’t accept an imperfect apology, you miss out on imperfect love, which is the only kind that exists. And that’s not even something I repined. I just made it up myself. So it might be wrong.

    Emily Nunn
    And: you must have the courage to tell someone directly how they have hurt you, in order to get anything close to the kind of apology you need, which will still be imperfect, because all love is imperfect.

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