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11 'I'm Sorries' A Woman Should Never Say
By Lynn Andriani, Oprah.com
If you're anything like us, you say these two words way too often. Here's when an apology just isn't warranted.
Women, You’re Not The Problem — Our Sexist Workplace Culture Is
, Guest Writer
My year away from the office showed me just how toxic these environments are to women.
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The Counterintuitive Reason You Shouldn't Say 'Sorry'
It's not having its intended effect.
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10 Things You Should Never Apologize For
Sorry, not sorry.
For Managers, Saying Sorry Isn't Enough
Greater Good Science Center
Based at the University of California, Berkeley
How About We Stop Policing Women's Language?
Media funded and run by women.
I was in my mid-twenties the first time someone called attention to the way I spoke in a professional setting. She was my supervisor, a few years older than I, and had already accomplished an impressive amount in her career.
Moms' Justin Bieber Parody Takes On Allergy Season Struggles
It's a rough time.
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The 6 Essential Elements Of An Effective Apology
Paul Ryan recently nailed it.
How I Trained Myself To Stop Saying 'Sorry' All The Time
While I'm all for people expressing remorse when they're at fault, I'd become a compulsive apologizer. The habit stemmed from childhood, when I was trained to beg forgiveness for staining my apron while my brother could run wild.
Too-Real Music Video Shows How Kids Attempt To Delay Bedtime
"Is it too late now to play Sorry?"
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Friday Talking Points -- The Dog That Didn't Bark at the GOP Debate
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
We had two Democratic debates and one Republican debate last week. The GOP one was shocking -- because nobody said anything shocking! Yes, that's truly how far the Republicans have sunk -- to the Sherlockian level of the dog not snarling in the night being the big news.
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'I'm Sorry I Didn't Finish The Job'
The bald eagle from Trump's Time magazine shoot speaks out.
Sorry, not Sorry
Business Strategist, Retreat Host, Build Your Backbone, Sister...
If you start stating your opinions from apologizing, the chances of your opinion being taken into account are falling drastically. If you want to improve the quality of your life by being heard, feeling noticed and regarded, then pay attention to this one thing.
Are These Travel Companies Really Sorry?
Author, How to Be the World's Smartest Traveler (and Save Time...
For wronged travelers, simply having a company admit to a problem is a good start. But gauging the sincerity of the apology is not always so easy.
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Why It's So Hard To Admit When You're Wrong
It's one word, Matt Damon!
The Day I Stopped Feeling Sorry for Myself
I'm a health & fitness guru who loves to read and write!
So many people go through tragedies each day. Not having enough money to buy food, shelter or having a supportive family are some serious situations to be in. And, sometimes, those people who go through that never complain or talk about it.
Apologies and Their Complexities
Jane Simon, M.D.
Writes a weekly blog, www.drsimonsays.blogspot.com
To acknowledge imperfections, some of us have to confront our idealized image, a narcissistic view of the self that dictates we must be perfect. In this case, a mistake and the need to apologize, can be experienced as like a blemish that needs to be hidden.
This Supercut Of Women Apologizing Makes Us Never Want To Say 'Sorry' Again
Sorry (not sorry) -- quick question: "Why are women always apologizing?" One study attributes women's disproportionate sorry
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