You are well aware that relationships can take work to make them successful and relationships can be great when both parties are getting along. The down side is we can get into fights with our boyfriends which in turn can lead to a break up if we do not take action to fix it. One way is to simply learn to apologize.
There are of course a number of ways you can say you're sorry. But whichever way you go you need to make it sound sincere. If you end up not apologizing after you did something wrong, you can be assured it will hurt your relationship.
If you were not the cause of the argument there will be conflict between the two of you that will only build up till another argument happens. As hard as it may be, saying sorry to your boyfriend may help defuse the tension and stop the chance of another confrontation, even if he was at fault. Below are some things you can do to make it easier for you to increase the possibility of your boyfriend accepting your apology.
1. Give your boyfriend some time to himself. He may just need a little time to himself to work things out. Trying to do something too soon could start the fight or argument again and leave you worse off than before. Give him time alone so he can cool off and improve your chances.