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Sorry is the hardest word to … hear?

I’ve always been somewhat introspective on that front, and years of study, particularly in philosophy, geared me to always think about thinking. While at times a little surreal, the interesting thing about seeing a psychologist is that your self-analysis capability can kick into over-drive. So I found myself in the middle of an argument on Sunday… Read More »


Whatever happened to apologies in public life? Rare is the day we actually see an apology – a true, honest to goodness apology. All we get are fauxpologies. Wikipedia calls these non-apology apologies: A non-apology apology is a statement that has the form of an apology but does not express the expected contrition. It is… Read More »