The meaning of apologies

    Tiger Woods had to do it, so did Mark McGwire, John Edwards and Harry Reid…. they had to make an apology. But – there’s lots more to a real apology than saying “I’m sorry”. WHYY’s Behavioral Health reporter Maiken Scott spoke with psychologists Dan Gottlieb about apologies – what makes them sincere, and how they affect relationships:

     

    Tiger Woods had to do it, so did Mark McGwire, John Edwards and Harry Reid…. they had to make an apology. But – there’s lots more to a real apology than saying “I’m sorry”. WHYY’s Behavioral Health reporter Maiken Scott spoke with psychologists Dan Gottlieb about apologies – what makes them sincere, and how they affect relationships.

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