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By  jakers8424  |  18

Are you from Canada?

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By  jakers8424  |  18

Are you from Canada?

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  bibble27  |  9

Why would it matter where OP is from? People in America and Europe can have this problem.

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  leogachi  |  15

@55 Then why kill the joke? It was harmless.

By  princella  |  15

Canadian, eh?

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  citrusglass  |  22

You may be trying to joke, but don't stereotype.

By  feven  |  32

She's from Michigan, but I understand where you're coming from OP. I used to apologize a lot as well when I was younger (when people crashed into me, when someone was in my way, etc.). Just work on it!

By  roxxyfoxxy3  |  25

Same problem. It takes a lot to fix it, and it's usually habit. Try and catch yourself when saying 'I'm sorry' to sympathize and instead say 'I feel bad for you'. Good luck with your ex, as well OP.

By  Dartual  |  8

My girlfriend does the same thing. It is actually a cute thing and it shows that you are kind and willing to take responsibility, but you should try to be a little more confident!

By  pixierara  |  28

I have the same problem, one time I apologized for doing somebody's work for them after they said thank you, then I apologized for saying that instead of your welcome...

By  Managodess  |  14

Hey OP I definitely know how you feel and to be honest, it can be a pretty difficult habit to get out of. One thing that can help is, whenever possible, instead of apologizing for your emotions, thank people for dealing with them. Or in situations like these, remind yourself that what you feel is valid and does not need an apology.

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