Meaningful apologies have their time and place, but I know that soooo many of us are chronic apologizers, and we say sorry for far too many things.
And the more WE can stop incessantly apologizing for every little thing, the more our kids will understand too. Let's teach them the difference between when you SHOULD say sorry and when you don't need to. Let's teach them that...
👉🏼It's okay to not have control over everything.
👉🏼It's okay if you don't have an answer to a question.
👉🏼It's okay for you to occupy space (this is a big one!!)
👉🏼It's okay (and encouraged) that you speak up.
👉🏼It's okay, and 100% normal, if you don't look like a supermodel every day.
👉🏼It's okay for you to say no.
What other things do you find yourself constantly saying sorry for??