When two parties are at odds, each having wronged the other, forgiveness must be extended by each. Christ commands it. This means one should be open to trusting the other again, in the future, if not right away. The offender is not in a good position to expect that forgiveness immediately, and should be patient with the one he has offended. Wanting to be right, and known as in the right, quickly impedes obedience in this area.
Besides that thought mulling around, I also hit this, in "The Mystery of Marriage."
"Rightness, whenever it seeks to dominate, becomes wrongness, no matter how right it may be. Would we rather be right than happy?" (pg 165)