Swallow your pride. Take a deep breath. And say “I’m sorry.” Watch the ice melt before your eyes.
You are hearing me love my kids. You are hearing my kids love each other. You are hearing them love their environment. You are hearing me teach them about showing love to strangers.
Amanda Vining offers 100 words on Integrity.
Why is it SO HARD to say you’re sorry? Nicole admits that she’s miserly with her apologies towards those she loves, specifically her children and her husband.
A mistake I made that I almost didn’t catch.
Yes, ladies…sometimes WE are the ones who are wrong 🙂 An honest apology will go far in your relationship.
Allow this video to serve a reminder that you’ve probably done a few things you could stand to say sorry for.
Your hollow words aren’t what we need right now
If you’re saying “I’m Sorry” for the wrong reasons you might end up bitter forever.
Barry Adkins walked 1,400 miles to speak in different schools about his loss of a son due to binge drinking. But the walk itself showed him so much – forgiveness, grief, and moving forward.
Whether you’re in middle school, your company conference room, out on a date, or traveling abroad, embarrassing situations will arise. How you deal with them makes all the difference.
A genuine apology is a wonderful karma-fixer: it can make partners of adversaries and avert years of pain and disconnection.
If we want men to stop playing the “crazy” card and expect women to stop implying that men are stupid, we have to relinquish the power we’ve held in our respective gender roles.
This Dad says he isn’t apologizing any more, and neither should you.
Apologizing isn’t always about admitting one’s guilt.
Jordan Gray says that you can save a lot of time, energy, and heartache by watching out for these common pitfalls.