how to say "i'm sorry"

Greene, Lauren A.
November 2004
Cosmo Girl;Nov2004, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p86
Presents suggestions to teenagers on making an apology. Importance of specifying the offense; Significance of understanding the feelings of the wronged party; Advantages of being patient.


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