Aug 26, 2018 • 30M

EP162 Saying Sorry: When Nothing Is Achieved From Apologies

 
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Read the article; larrygmaguire.com/saying-sorry Support the show: patreon.com/larrygmaguire.com In today’s Sunday Letters I am taking a look at “saying sorry”, and what I see as a retrogression, a perpetuation of victimhood in so many of us. Some of you will steadfastly disagree with the thrust of my argument, highlighting the moral necessity of recognising when we inflict hurt. Others of you I hope will see the validity of it. Whatever your interpretation, it is my firmly held view that to seek or to offer an apology on foot of some perceived wrongdoing is to rob ourselves of something important. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sunday-letters/message