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If there’s one thing I’ve grown to hate, it’s people saying they’re sorry for something they’re going to continue to do.

You’re not sorry. You know you’re not. If you were, you would stop doing whatever it is.

Mistakes are things that we have done wrong without realizing how wrong it was. I will even be lenient and say mistakes can happen twice. Typically, I would say you knew better the second time, but say you didn’t. Maybe you messed up, but you didn’t know the real severity of the error of your ways.

The third time though. The third time you knew it. The third time you knew better. The third you did it anyway.

I can handle a lot. I tolerate a lot. But I’m getting past the point of being tolerable of people making mistakes and apologizing for the same mistake they made yesterday or last week. It’s frustrating and it’s annoying.

My question for today is: At what point is it OK to start being intolerable of people’s repetitive mistakes?

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