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The Benefits of Not Saying ‘I’m Sorry’

Matt Shumate won’t apologize for being unapologetic. Here’s why.

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By Matt Shumate

From the day you learned to speak, your parents probably ingrained into your mind the need to say “I’m sorry” for any wrong doings. We’re raised to apologize for anything for which we might have the slightest degree of blame.




Love changes us. Love makes us human.

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