Learn to Apologize—We Can't Afford to Lose
Ladies and Gentlemen: Good Morning
How many of you apologize when you really think you are doing wrong to others? Why do we often find it hard to say " I am Sorry" to our beloved ones or our workmates?
Being apologetic doesn't come easily for us, I believe，because we are ignoring that apologies are one of the tools we should have to build good friendship and relationship. When we say "I'm sorry" , it's because we probably feel bad that something we did or said hurt another person. Saying "I am sorry" is more than just words. We're also saying that we respect the other person and we care about his or her feelings. Apologizing shows we have empathy and we are indeed matured.
After apologizing, we might feel a little better. The other person probably will, too. When we apologize in a caring way, we can feel good because we are trying to make things right again.