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14 Ways You Could Be Starting The New Year On The Wrong Foot

Holding a grudge? Sitting on a massive credit card bill? In a fight with your mum? Don't panic, there's still time to fix all these things and start your new year off right.

2. Picking a fight
2. Picking a fight
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Sometimes you are the wronged party, but other times you are the one perpetrating the wrong.

Or, more often than not, you're both partly wrong.

But regardless of anyone else's actions and whether or not you choose to admit it in the moment, you know when you've done a bad thing.

So say you're sorry.

Apologizing is hard... but not as hard as letting the argument carry over into a whole new year, to grow and metastasize until it kills your relationship.

If you can't say it verbally, start with an "I'm sorry" note, e-mail, or text. 



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