Ten Things to Stop Apologizing For
Anything that you never had control over
It’s one thing to apologize for things you did out of greed, jealousy or even simple negligence, but it’s easy to get into the bad habit of feeling responsible for things that were the result of circumstances beyond your control. You can still feel sad or mad, but stop apologizing for what you never did.
Carol Orsborn, Ph.D. is Founder of FierceWithAge, the Digest of Boomer Wisdom, Inspiration and Spirituality. Dr. Orsborn, who earned her doctorate in religion from Vanderbilt University, is the best-selling author of 21 books including her newest book: Fierce with Age: Chasing God and Squirrels in Brooklyn. (Spring 2013) Dr. Orsborn is a sought after speaker/retreat leader and spiritual director.
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