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Sorry Not Sorry

Sorry not sorry? This week consider how much you apologize and if all of those "sorrys" are truly necessary.

When we agree to requests because we think we should, when we prioritize others’ needs over our own, when we offer instant apologies for things that aren’t our fault, we may be simply trying to people please.

When we constantly say yes, we can end up draining our energy and time. This can lead to feeling worn out, short-tempered, and even bitter. By trying to be a “good” and “selfless” person, we end up making ourselves miserable.

That being said, check out the graphic below. It's a few great examples of things you should stop saying sorry for. This is a good way to start your journey of being unapologetically you.

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