Apology

It's Time for Women to Stop Apologizing So Much

Save your 'sorries' for a rainy day.

What You Can Learn From This YouTube Star's Apology Debacle

Logan Paul said he was sorry -- twice -- after he seemingly filmed and posted video of the body of a person who had committed suicide.

3 Secrets to a Sincere Apology

Leaders who apologize for their mistakes are actually perceived as stronger and more inspirational than those who don't acknowledge their mistakes, according to a study.

Why You Should Stop Saying Sorry, According to Science

New research shows that apologies can have negative effects.

5 Ways to Keep Your Head When Things Get Testy in the Workplace

Cooling down after a confrontation takes focus and insight.

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