Apology

Standard

Is an apology acceptable or genuine when a person:

  • Apologizes to prevent themselves being punished

  • Keep doing what they apologize for

Apologizes that are not backed up with actions really means nothing. Nominal apologizes in name only gives the person who’s saying it a sense of relief but does nothing for the person you’re apologizing to. Empty words should not be used loosely especially when they affect the way others feel and the outcome of situations and resolving differences… words not meant are better left unsaid

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