There’s just no need to apologize for yourself when there’s nothing to apologize for.
It seems that in our fast-paced, instant-gratification-seeking society, “I’m Sorry” has become little more than a shallow attempt at a “quick fix” when we hit a bump in the road – a bump in the form of another human being. Think about it: we have all been on the receiving end of an apology that felt a bit empty or insincere. What’s more, we’ve probably muttered a quick “I’m Sorry” when we we weren’t even in the wrong.
Making small changes to your thinking and your language means that when an apology is warranted, it will mean more.
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