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Effective Apology Should Have Full Ingredients

  • remorse,
  • accepting responsibility,
  • admitting wrongdoing,
  • requesting forgiveness,
  • desire for repair, and
  • acknowledging harm.

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Arguments and fights are common in the relationships. But an effective apology can give the relationship a new chance to blossom. Everybody needs to address the issues and practice empathy to apologize.

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