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Pulse Poll Women are terrible at apologising, true or false?

Are men better at apologising than women, or is this belief an incorrect one?

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It won’t be overreaching to say that partners are bound to make mistakes and offend each other every once in a while, right?

It is not a big deal, really. We know love is not about perfection… it is more about navigating weaknesses and strengthening each other.

But during the process of attaining that perfect understanding, there will be moments when you’ll likely get it wrong, when some of your actions will hurt your partner and make them sad or unhappy.

Things you shouldn't say on first dates play It is widely believed that women are bad at apologising for their wrongs (Madamenoire)

 

Your willingness to apologise and your partner’s ability to forgive will be tested at this point, and this could determine whether you make up or breakup.

ALSO READ: How do you know if your relationship will flourish or fail?

So, since we are here talking about apologizing; can we talk about how women really apologise when they offend their partners?

 

So I came across a tweet that basically points out how terrible Nigerian girls are when it comes to apologizing for their mistakes and fuck ups.

 

Apparently, there is a perceived belief that most women do not apologise, either because they do not know how to, or because they just feel it is above them.

Even in relationships, people maintain their pettiness play Women suck at apologies, yes or no? (Gistmania)

 

How true is this statement though? Is there any truth to this belief though?

Are men better at apologising than women, or the belief is an incorrect one?

Let's get your opinion in the poll below.

Are women truly bad at apologising?»

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