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  • Davina Danielle Prescott

    So true for me. When I apologize, I expect respect for the effort, not forgiveness.

  • Marina ♡ Badea

    No. 22 Rule of a Gentleman

  • Brittany Moose

    so true in any relationship

  • Stephany Barton

    A true gentleman knows how to walk away apologize later, even when she was wrong Sometimes you need to apologize for your behavior. Even if you were right, there is a proper way to treat a lady. If she is wrong learn to walk away and she'll come to that knowledge on her own. ALWAYS honor her even when she doesn't do it herself. It is important to not be a heal, let her walk on you or take advantage of you. No women will respect a man who doesn't stand up for himself, with love kindness.

  • Jennifer Laurvick

    Love is a daily choice not always a feeling.

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