We hear a lot about saying, “I’m sorry.” How hard it can be. How healing it can be.
Have you ever been pressured to say that you are sorry when really you weren’t? Some people in that situation will just say whatever words that will make the conversation end. Others avoid eye contact, keep silent and endure the discomfort. It’s not often that someone clearly states, “I’m not sorry.” That sentence isn’t part of many recipes for resolving conflicts. Even when it’s true.
So today you are going to write about not being sorry. (Continue…)