There’s bullshit health advice everywhere, but you’d hope that when you follow someone on Insta who looks legit — lots of followers, blue checkmark, solid-looking advice on a blog — you’d get the good stuff. Unfortunately, there’s still a lot of crap out there.
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Heartfelt apologies can be tough; admitting you were wrong requires introspection, humbling yourself, being vulnerable. But the gracelessness of the person accepting the apology too often exacerbates an already uncomfortable situation.
Last week, I sent an email in which "Sorry about that!" was my automatic reply — I had forgotten something, and the person's curt message made clear that they were less than pleased with me. But after a minute of consideration, I took out the "sorry" and told them I'd do what they were requesting ASAP. I did, the task got done and everyone was fine. No harm, no foul.