Is “Sorry” Enough?

“I’m sorry” is adequate for some situations. “I’m sorry” can be a simple way to acknowledge that something you said or did had a negative impact on someone else. The problem with a two-word apology is that it’s vague. It can mean many things. Your partner may have no clue what or if you are feeling sorrow for. Some situations call for deeper apology or repair.

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