Sorry is not just a word……sharing how a word changes our perspectives
As a Canadian, I’m no stranger to the stereotype of how the word ‘Sorry’ dominates our vocabulary. Politeness has become the dominating characteristic of Canada’s global reputation, but in many ways the stereotype is true. Our culture is so apologetic that the word seems to have lost its meaning. It’s reached the point where the automatic response to any scenario is an apology, even if it’s unnecessary. So where does the need to apologize come from?The Psychology of Sorry: Why Canadians can’t stop apologizing — The Pigeon
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A very interesting article. I will say that these past months I have been grateful every day to be Canadian.
I agree with you
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