Why people find it is hard to say "iam sorry" even if they did something wrong that really need to apologize ....most of our problems with our beloved one will be ended if we said that we are sorry .....i like people who say more that iam sorry to keep the relation .
Others find it hard to say i love you ...bec they are shy i know it is more important to express your love by Actions but let me tell you ...words is important we need to know we are important to people who we love , one word can change your mood , one text if you are shy to say it direct write how much you love them .....unexpected massage can make your lover feel happy and you will take the happiness double when you read the reply ....try it
Never stop saying love you , iam sorry ....♡
Actions speak louder than words. So if someone truly loves you or is sorry about something they did and there is a connection you WILL know. Not that I think there is anything wrong with people saying "I am sorry" or "I love you" if that is true and they wish to express these feelings. The phrases themselves are not warranty for anything. People can lie.
Generally speaking (this is my impression) people do not say "I am sorry" because they consider it a sign of weakness admitting an error. So it is probably related to ego.
On the other hand people usually do not say "I love you" (assuming that they do love the other person) because
a) they are uncertain about how mutual the feeling is and the extent of the other persons feelings
b) some see it as a weakness because in essence love is the opening up completely to the other person and that in essence has an element of vulnerability to it.
You are more than right... if people actually said those words to each other more often, our world would of differently been a better place.
Well, I consider it all depends upon the real situations you are coping with. Once you express wrongly, it might be a disaster to you as well as the person you wish to express your ideas.
It is plain to see "I am sorry" would be a secure reply to something you missed or did not do it properly. Barely can you make a mistake as you say "I am sorry" to express your regret. It is believed that to say sorry is a skill that has to be practiced hundred of times before you become "fluent" especially for an adult who rarely used this term to convey his regret.
In terms of "I love you", it is meant to be expressed in a proper manner which means in the right time, the right place and to the right person, otherwise it would be a joke, a ridicule or even an offense.You may say "I love you" to any of your family but I guess it is hard to say "I love you" to someone irrelevant.
All in all, practice is the sticking point that dicates if you can convey your feeling or intention precisly without misunderstanding.