Never Accept an Incomplete or Inauthentic Apology

Pensive young woman looking out window. Never accept an incomplete or inauthentic apology
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Not all are apologies are created equal. Some are offered reluctantly, some are partial admissions, and some turn the blame back on you.

An apologizer can easily fool you. So, be discerning when you decide whether or not to…

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Writer | former Mindfulness Teacher | Stories to calm your mind, ease your heart and connect with your inner wisdom. https://sandrapawula.substack.com/

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Sandra Pawula

Sandra Pawula

Writer | former Mindfulness Teacher | Stories to calm your mind, ease your heart and connect with your inner wisdom. https://sandrapawula.substack.com/

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