Thursday, May 19, 2022

Fort Collins Mental Health Counselor and Life Coach: Apology

Today's Blog Post

Would you like to know a secret to good mental health?  Learn to forgive yourself and apologize to others.  How?  An apology...  
- does not include the word "but."
- keeps the focus on the apologizers actions.
- does not overdo it with one's own pain and remorse.
- doesn't get caught up in who started it.
- is backed by action to correct the situation.
- requires doing your best to avoid a repeat.
- is not used to avoid difficult talk.
- should not risk making the hurt party feel worse in order to make the apologizer feel better.
- recognize when saying "I am sorry" is not enough, and work is required to restore trust.

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