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Quick Look One dictionary defines this word as “a statement that excuses or defends.” Not my idea of apology. A better one says “acknowledgment that asks for pardon for a fault or offense.” Both seem a little superficial. Real apology … Continue reading

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Echoes on Apology

Never ruin an apology with an excuse. Kimberly Johnson We have not passed from childhood to adulthood until we stop saying, “It got lost,” and start saying, “I lost it.” Sidney J. Harris No matter how far you have gone … Continue reading

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Practicing Apology

If you are ready to do anything to “stop the buck,” in a toxic relationship, see what you did, tell them you wronged them, and ask for their forgiveness. Straight up, no chaser. Only do this when you’ve finally realized … Continue reading

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