This is a really good overview of healthy and healing apologies which is good to know and practice because we all need to apologize sometimes.

Written by Eric C., MA., PhD Candidate “No matter how hard the past, you can always begin again.” ~Buddha 1. Express your remorse Anytime I have ever received an apology, it has always helped to know the other person felt remorse about what happened. We intuitively scan the apologizer, looking for sincerity. If we believe they are sincere, we are more […]

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