For a More Powerful Apology, Match a Person’s “Apology Language”

We all mess up from time to time, and when it affects someone else, it’s good to apologize. But people have different ways of apologizing. When saying you’re sorry to someone, it might help to stick to their “apology language.” In some ways, we all communicate differently.

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