In John Gray's, Ph.D book entitled "Mars, and Venus in Love Inspiring and Heartfelt Stories of Relationships that Work quotes, "An apology acknowledges unconditional responsibility for your mistake and committing to doing something about it." In love in forgiving a mistake, you are also creating the opportunity to open up and again give and receive love. In this way forgiveness and responsibility go hand in hand. "What does none do when one of the partners exhibits a theme of committing the same mistake with no change in behavior? I've struggled with this thought and the feelings evoked from this thought for months. If a partner truly loved his significant other, would you care to change bheaviors that are damaging to the relationship? I would never breach the trust my sigifnicant other has in reference to seeking men outside the relatinship to express my most inner, and initmate thoughts without thinking abut the consequences. What are your thoughts? Opinions?
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