Advice Roundup: The Right Way to Say You’re Sorry

By on Apr 22, 2016

We all make mistakes, but not all of us say we’re sorry.

This is a second mistake. The ability to take responsibility and apologize is important for a happy, satisfying, long-lasting relationship.

Marriage and family therapist Dezryelle Arcieri leads this week’s Relationship Advice Roundup with the elements of a good apology.

Relationship Advice Worth Clicking

  • Has science found a simple formula for a lasting marriage? (Huffington Post)
  • A few bad traits outweigh many good ones when dating, study finds. (University of Florida)

Putting the Advice into Practice

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