Maybe you're right
This phrase is highly effective in diffusing an argument and restoring frayed emotions.
The flip side to "maybe you're right" is the humility of admitting maybe "I'm wrong". Let's face it.
When you have a heated argument with someone, all you do is cement the other person's point of view.
They, or you, will not change their stance and you run the risk of seriously damaging the relationship between you.
Saying "maybe you're right" can open the door to further explore the subject, in which you may then have the opportunity to get your view across in a more rational manner.
Please forgive me
Many broken relationships could be restored and healed
if people would admit their mistakes and ask for forgiveness. All of
us are vulnerable to faults and failures. A man should never be
ashamed to own up that he has been in the wrong, which is saying, in other words, that he is wiser today than he was yesterday.
I thank you
Gratitude is an exquisite form of courtesy.
People who enjoy the companionship of good, close friends are those who don't take daily courtesies for granted. They are quick to thank their friends for their many expressions of kindness.
On the other hand, people whose circle of friends is severely constricted often do not have the attitude of gratitude.
Count on me
A friend is one who walks in when others walk out.
Loyalty is an essential ingredient for true friendship; it is the emotional glue that bonds people.
Those that are rich in their relationships tend to be steady and true friends. When troubles come, a good friend is they're indicating, "You can count on me."