What if I'm the one in the wrong in this situation?
Last Updated: 12/14/2020 at 5:39pm
Smita Joshi, BA Psychology / MA / Advanced EFT Practitioner
I am empathetic with my Clients going through emotional overwhelm and passionate in helping them. I am supportive, openminded & interactive in helping my clients.
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If you think you are, you are one step above a lot of people. Open up. Admit that you think that you're the one in the wrong, and maybe the other person will admit that they feel the same. The only way to get over the situation is come to an agreement or an understanding.
I think that's always a question that can make us a little squirmy- what if this thing that I'm feeling very upset about is a result of something that *I* did? Well... it could be that it is. But it's always important that we take the time to figure that out. We need to evaluate our feelings and reactions to others honestly to discover whether or not we're in the wrong. We all have morals and codes that we live by, so we should take the time to discover whether or not we've broken one of those, or if someone else has trespassed a boundary we have set. It's very important that if we are in the wrong, we admit that we are and apologize or correct our behavior. Admitting that you're wrong is very difficult, but worth it in the end because it helps us to maintain healthy relationships.
If you're talking about being LGBTQA+, you're definitely not the one who is wrong in this situation. Your family and friends should embrace your sexuality. This is because there is nothing you can do to change it, since it is part of you.
Well and good if you actually realized that. You have crossed the first step. The next step is to being able to say it loud and taking any measures about it if possible.
Part of growing is realizing that we will make mistakes. We must make the decision to look at ourselves as much as we look at others. And when we do make mistakes it's important that we don't beat ourselves up over them but instead, learn from them.
The fix it, because if it really is your fault then it's your responsibility to fix it however, you should think about it openly, maybe it really isn't your fault. If it isn't, then there's no need to be hung up over this situation. If it is your fault though, then reflect on your actions, become a better person through your mistakes and then fix it. Everything will be okay, maybe not right now, but it will be.
There's nothing wrong with making mistakes, in fact that's how we're able to learn and grow as people. I would apologize sincerely to those I've wronged and listen to what they have to say. Afterwards I would move forward and not overthink what happened, rather keep it as a skill I've gained.
If you are wrong in a situation, just admit up to it. It takes courage and bravery to do so but people will appreciate you for admitting up to what you've done wrong.
well I've had to ask myself that a few times and if I am the 1 that's wrong then it's the ppl around me that made me this way
Don't think too much about little things, you should only worry about the big things, so the little thing seem like nothing
What exactly do you mean by being in the wrong situation? If you could tell me more, maybe we could address the issue better?
Reflect, try to apologise to the other party for your actions and make it up to them by not repeating it again.
Live and learn. It's okay to be wrong, that's how we learn and keep ourselves humble. Nobody is perfect, we do get things wrong sometimes. Not to say if you're in a dangerous or toxic situation that it's your fault, but in daily interactions, you're not always right and that's okay. We are humans and not perfect. It's just important to learn from your mistakes and stay open minded, and apologize or do damage control where necessary. So yes, it's possible and likely that you can be wrong in this situation. It's all about finding balance in life
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