Say “I’m sorry.” Maybe you said something to a co-worker that caused a ripple in the relationship, and you both pretend it didn’t happen. Or perhaps you said something to your husband that belongs on an episode of Real Housewives; you both have swept past it, but it still nags you. Go ahead and say you are sorry about that deed even though you may think it’s no longer affecting the other person. If you can’t muster the courage to do it face to face, go ahead and write it in a letter. Those two words, said meaningfully, can change the course of someone’s day, and start to heal a relationship.
From the series: 25 Days of Darling
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