I am really sorry for my indignified behaviour in the party last night. I don't remember much of the unpleasant scene I created, but I think it caused so much of embarrassment to everyone. I got drunk last night. Otherwise, I wouldn't have behaved in such a bad manner. Please forgive me this time. I hope you will forgive me. I once again apologize to you from the bottom of my heart.
Redrafted version: I want you to know how sorry I am for the indecent behaviour in the party last night, for I was in an advanced state of inebriation. The moment right after it happened I felt so bad. I felt sick to my stomach. All I could do was think about you and what I had done. I've been so miserable thinking about it ever since. I can't find the words to tell you just how bad I feel about all of this. When I saw in your eyes just how much I had hurt you it made me wish that I could take all of it back. Our relationship is very valuable to me. I hope you will allow me to make this up to you.
Ah, the things we do when we get drunk!
Your redrafted version is much better and sufficiently apologetic for something that makes you feel sick or could affect your relationship.
In the first sentence, I would change it to "for my indecent behaviour at the party... ."
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