Even After Sorry

In this monologue, MALE/FEMALE talks to their friend about how sorry they are after losing their temper recently and tries to make things right.

MALE/FEMALE: I think I lowered your respect for me and it makes me feel like total shit to be honest with you.  I wish I would have kept it together but you kept raising the flame until I finally boiled over.  I’m still sorry for it.  I just never wanted to hurt you because we had a good bond that was growing and I think it got ruined because I lost my temper.  Now, that’s not to say you weren’t being difficult and all but I do take responsibility for raising my voice and getting upset the way that I did.  I could have handled the situation much better, got my point out to you in a more polite fashion, a more respectable fashion, without hurting our relationship and everything that I would like it to continue being.  For that, I apologize…not for what I meant but for how I expressed what I meant and I hope you can one day look at me in a better light.

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