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Saying “Sorry” Too Quickly

Sometimes we say “I’m sorry” immediately after realizing we offended another person. It sort of slips out almost in the same sentence as the statement or deed that hurt someone. What happens for many is that such a quick apology doesn’t help to rectify anything.

On the receiving end of someone’s offending statement or deed, what else would work for you rather than a quick “sorry”?

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