I’m Sorry

Words have power. Sometimes less is more. Two simple words, I’m sorry, can mend fences and heal wounds.

Kids learn to apologize at a young age, and even into adulthood, saying sorry can be a difficult thing to do. It’s hard to take responsibility and be truly sorry for something without expecting something in return or following an apology with “but” and then continuing with blaming and making excuses.

Do you owe someone an apology? Say, “I’m sorry for ________.” A sincere apology comes from the heart. Two words can speak volumes.


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