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You May Never Get The Apology You Think You Deserve

But you might get something better.

Source: Vladimir Konoplev via Pexels

From the time we are very young, we’re taught that saying sorry is what you do when you have hurt or offended someone else in some way.

In many cases, NOT saying you’re sorry to someone is considered a worse offense than whatever you’re supposed to be saying sorry for, to begin with.

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Exploring the self, improving the self.

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