Asking For Extra Steps

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BEiNg SiNglE is My ATtITUde
Super Star
May 7, 2012
“Thanks for saying you’re sorry. Can you explain why you’re sorry, too?” Sometimes, with little kids, "I’m sorry" becomes a default response. They need to think about why what they did warrants an apology. “Talk is cheap and apologies are cheaper,” Weiner says. “Saying you're sorry for hurting someone's feelings is important, but what really helps healing is to acknowledge why you are sorry. Say how your actions have impacted someone. Say why you realize your behavior wasn't your best. Taking that extra step really helps someone know you mean it.”