In a nutshell: why apologising makes you strong

It’s ok to apologise. It doesn’t make you weak, it makes you strong. It makes you strong because you have the balls to own your mistakes. Making mistakes is human. You are human. You are a ballsy human.

-Elle Frances

10 responses to “In a nutshell: why apologising makes you strong”

  1. Great quote! Thanks for sharing!

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      1. You’re welcome! 😁

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  2. It’s ok to do mistakes as long as we don’t repeat them. Mistakes even help us to become better selves.

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    1. Totally. Making mistakes allows us to grow in ways we couldn’t unless those mistakes were made in the first place.

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  3. That’s a strong one. Shootout to people who remain strong in every condition🙌

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  4. I’ve noticed the people around me don’t apologize, they make excuses for their behavior and that pisses me off. Saying sorry or taking responsibility doesn’t make you weak… more people need to understand that!

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    1. You make a good point. Making excuses to justify your behaviour is not an apology and strips away any sincerity and integrity.

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