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I took my boys to school a few days ago, and had an experience of parking where I wasn’t supposed to be, and took it out on the staff that called me out, even though she did it in a nice way.
I unfortunately, did not behave nicely.
It was unnecessary to allow the stress of needing to apologize for rudeness to rule my life, so I apologized.
It’s surprising how “Saying Sorry” can really change the whole dynamic of something, especially if you’ve hurt someone, even if you don’t want to do it at the time.
Now, that’s not to say that we need to walk around and apologize to everyone and think that we’re bad people, but if something is weighing on you, take accountability in your life and act with dignity towards others, which may require an apology every so often.
* Where do I need to mend a relationship by saying I’m sorry?
* What can I do to live a life of integrity, in which apologizing only needs to happen every so often, rather than every day?
* How can being willing to apologize for my own actions help me become more aware of those around me?
We are meant to raise each other up, and sometimes that means that we need to sincerely apologize for poor behavior in order to maintain respect and dignity.
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