Why saying, "I am sorry" is such a challenging endeavor, especially to someone you still love, care about, and want to be in a relationship with. Apologies are not supposed to be easy, it is hard for us to accept our faults and more so to learn that someone's feelings are hurt, whether it is intentional or not and the reason being you.
Here is an information addresses the issue of solving problems with your partner after a big fight. It is very important for all to learn this art of making up to your partners to have healthy relationships and avoid a clash of egos in a steady relationship.
Make Up With Your Partner After A Huge Fight
Try to show that your love is more important than these petty fights...
Fighting with someone you love, no matter how big or small the issue is, can be quite upsetting. You feel angry, hurt and even say things you do not really mean. Therefore, it is important to make up to your partner, it will help you get over the fight, making your relationship healthier than before.
Take responsibility for your part of the fight and say sorry like you really mean it...
Put yourself in your partners shoes and think about your reaction. Try to see your partner's point of view. Arguing, shouting and fighting will not help you reach any conclusion, think with a cool head. If you think even 20% of the entire fight is your mistake, go ahead, apologize for your part and make sure you apologize like you really mean it.
Probably, by that time, your partner has also sorted out issues and is willing to compromise, you never know. If you apologize first, it will only make your partner realize that you gave the whole problem a serious thought, and that their views too are respected. Go for a long drive after that and binge on an ice cream!
Wake up early to make a fantastic breakfast with a note that reads, "I am sorry, forgive me...
Usually after a huge fight, even if things are sorted, there is a tense atmosphere, isn't it? That is because you haven't done anything special for your partner after that huge fight.
This is the essence of every relationship, understand what your partner values, cherishes and expects out of this relation. 90% of fights are caused because of a misunderstanding or difference in opinion. Everybody is different, and to err is human.
Accept your partner the way he/she is, respect his/her views, be supportive, and if you are wrong don't hesitate to apologize. Because ultimately the very fact that you guys are together is because of the bond of love, try to strengthen it more by spending quality time together and not test it by fighting.
There is nothing quite like making up after a huge fight, it can be the most magical moment. The very reason you make up to someone shows your love and concern for that person.
When you apologize, you leave your ego behind and just want the person to forgive you, because for you his/her presence in your life means a lot to you. It makes your relationship stronger than before. So, if you still haven't apologized, go for it, it is really worth the effort!