1. It teaches you to be selfless by caring for your spouse’s feelings

2. It helps you two resolve issues quickly

3. Apologizing helps your spouse heal and forgive you faster

4. It demonstrates that you take responsibility for your wrongs

5. It brings down the wall, making you both less defensive

6. It allows you two to move past the issue quickly and get back to building your love

7. When you apologize when wrong, you teach your spouse to apologize when he/she is wrong

8. It prevents issues from escalating

9. It minimizes the need for silent treatment. Most people give silent treatment because they are waiting for an apology

10. It shows that you value the marriage more than your ego

Don’t let your ego get in the way of a healthy marriage; apologize when wrong