Apologies in the Age of Social Justice

Apologizing is one of the very first social behaviors we are taught, but the instruction we’re given as young children isn’t necessarily setting us up for success as adults. Especially in an age of call-out culture, well-meant apologies can sometimes do more harm than good. How can we make sure to approach apologies in a way that will mend bridges, instead of burn them?

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