We all need to become more loving and less angry to heal our souls and the souls of others. I’ve been at it with the help of God for 70 years.
H. Robert Rubin, M. D. , memoirist and author of Look Backward Angel, an e-book now available on Amazon and On Second Thought to be published in 2018, to be available on Amazon.
Photo by Kenneth Justice – All Rights Reserved (2013)
How many people have treated you like crap and never apologized?
Ever have any family squabbles (if you haven’t will you adopt me??) where the wronged party never gets an apology?
I have had family members gossip behind my back like its the bloody cold war and when I confronted the family member; like a little child who gets reprimanded they refused to talk to me.
How about this one; 3 year old Susie slaps little Johnny on his face for no good reason, and her parent says, “Susie, you need to apologize to Johnny” but little Susie defiantly grits her teeth and says, “NO!”.
Yesterday on NPR a new research study was discussed on the topic of apologizing.
Here’s the kicker, according to psychologist Tyler Okimoto, “We do find that apologies do make apologizers feel better, but the interesting thing…
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