My sister and I don't talk anymore

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we used to be quite close but over a year ago we got in an argument and still aren't speaking properly (only when we need to and it gets awkward because we share rooms). We just ignore each other and I'm tired of it. I want things to go back to normal but i'm quite introverted and not affectionate at all. Should I apologise first even though I'm not in any wrong and how should I do it, if so?
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What did you argue about?
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by Vapordave)
What did you argue about?
She accused me of lying about something stupid. I don't even remember tbh.
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She accused me of lying about something stupid. I don't even remember tbh.
Not worth destroying your relationship over. You should talk about it with her.
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(Original post by Vapordave)
Not worth destroying your relationship over. You should talk about it with her.
How should I go about it? What should I say? Keep it mind that we've never had a very openly affectionate relationship.
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