There are certain things that a person should never say to another person. For some reason many people, when angry or hurt, lose control over their words and say things that they know they should not say.
What is the cruelest or rudest thing that you have ever said to someone (who was it)? Did you feel regret after you said it? Did you try to apologize? What was the reaction?
I have found that I have said things without thinking comments that have hurt but I do apologize immediately and gain some forgiveness when I point out my own flaws and imperfections and saved friendships I mostly get in trouble for asking, why treat another person badly for something not within their control? like somebody with a lisp.
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