Writing about both the advantages and disadvantages of taking responsibility for your mistakes in business dealings, Kim Durant notes that, in general, written apologies can characterize you and your company as “conscientious, responsive, ethical, and transparent”—four descriptors that probably represent some of your loftiest ideals. And Harriet Lerner, in her piece “The Power of Apologizing” (2018), goes even farther, asserting that “I’m sorry” can be seen as “the two most healing words in the English language [and that they’re] the greatest gift we can give to the person we’ve offended.” Additionally, to Lerner, a heartfelt apology is also a gift we give ourselves, inasmuch as it contributes to our self-respect and speaks to our clear-eyed, non-defensive capacity to look at ourselves objectively. … [Read more...] about Apologizing: What Can Go Wrong When You Say You’re Sorry?
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How These Beliefs Are Born We form these beliefs based on our relationship with our parents and other family members during our childhood days. Our beliefs are highly influenced by the attachment we had with our parents in our childhood and this is where the Attachment Theory comes into picture  . This term was coined by John Bowlby, a famous psychologist at the Child Guidance Clinic in London, for the first time. … [Read more...] about Attachment Theory Reveals How We Develop Attachment