Life is always having to say that you’re sorry. As human beings we’re prone to make mistakes, but it’s how we learn from those mistakes that makes us exceptional. Crying over spilt milk has never done anyone any good. Ideally you must mop the spill up, consider what you did wrong, take a deep breath and give it another go. This is easier said than done, people tend to be a glutton for punishment, repeating mistakes over and over again. This seems to be true, when it comes to mistakes made in love. Emotion is a very powerful thing, sometimes we lose ourselves in the moment, which clouds our decisions and loves grip takes a holds up captive. We’ve become slaves to love, forever wrapped in its shackles. In my book “Why Ruin Another Life” the character Marva makes a mistake in love that she forever regrets, a mistake that puts others in jeopardy. Not all the time when love calls you should answer, sometimes you should just let it go to voicemail.