Apr 1, 2021
A sincere apology is one of the most powerful human interactions and can seem like one of the most challenging. Think about the big and small moments in your life when a good apology could have changed everything. Apologies, when issued well, lead to healing, reconnection and growth.
But why is it so hard to apologize and what goes into a good apology?
Molly Howes, PhD talks about her book A Good Apology: Four Steps to Make Things Right
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