I feel sorry for people who fail to control their emotions and get caught up in some sort of a moment. People who do these kinds of things often times find that their apology doesn't seem to be good enough. I think that the offended parties want blood or maybe a head on a platter. Often forgiveness isn't even an option and redemption seems to be out of the question. My guidance counselor calls people who can't control their temper or emotions - emotionally immature.
They're people who simply act upon their emotions and are unable to see what the consequences of their actions will be and so often they say or do whatever is on their mind with no regard for the people around them.
Generally speaking, I don't think that these people do these things on purpose.
They just aren't thinking.
I often wonder how you repair the damage done ?
You can't unsay or undo any of your actions ,but fortunately the pain from our actions is the quickest and most effective teacher.
*Disclaimer.. I'm not defending bad behavior. I'm just trying to understand it and why it happens. These sins of mine have given me a deep humility and
have forced me - by my own actions to depend more upon Jesus. I have no other options.
I can't fix any of my sins and there's no other means to salvation.
I know what hypocrites are, but what do you call a person who refuses to forgive?
...I think the words would be "hell-bound".