Sorry, not sorry – why we need to stop apologising when it’s not our fault

How often do you say sorry every day?  A survey of more than 1,000 Brits (discussed in this article) found that that the ‘average’ person says “sorry” around eight times per day – and that one in eight people apologise up to 20 times a day – even when they’re not at fault.  But why doContinue reading “Sorry, not sorry – why we need to stop apologising when it’s not our fault”