BY MICHELE FISHER
“Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” That is what Ali McGraw said in the movie Love Story. She was wrong — hot, but still wrong. It was the ’70s and she was heavily medicated and terminally heterosexual.
Love means saying you’re sorry all the time. It means saying you’re sorry when you commit a transgression, whether intentional or not. It means apologizing when you think you may have been wrong and even when you know damn well that you were right. To forgive is divine, but a well-executed apology is heavenly.
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