You'll Be Sorry

October 2012
North & South;Oct2012, Issue 319, p90
The article discusses various aspects of apology. The author talks about the different perception of sorry, and suggests the need not to say sorry often times. He mentions that sorry can be shown through hand gestures. He also discusses the difference between sympathetic apology and the apology as an admission of culpability because the word usually used when someone has died.


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