One thing is true in every relationship, we are going to make mistakes and need to apologize. Saying “I’m sorry” and meaning it are skills that are vital for healthy thriving relationships.

Here’s some direction that Dr. Jennifer Thomas, co-author of , shared with the Life 88.5 Morning Show.

Defining a meaningful apology

The first of 4 ‘Rs’ in a meaningful apology: Regret

How to take Responsibility

Why offering Restitution matters

What Repentance looks like

The final step in a meaningful apology is giving space

To learn more about meaningful apologies, check out her book.



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