Instead of “I’m Sorry…”

img_1133I read this blog that really made sense… Often you may here someone begin a conversation with an apology, something like, “I’m sorry, I…” The author pointed out scene after scene in life where she watched one person after another say “sorry.” It has become entrenched in everyday conversation.

It becomes clear some people are remorseful. Yet, it soon became very obvious there wasn’t a need to apologize.

So what’s the solution?
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