Whoever has a problem has the solution…

I can’t solve my partner’s problems.  Even if I’m sure I know what they should do.  And my partner can’t solve my problems, no matter how much I wish they could.  Can you notice the ways you try to get your partner to “fix” you?  Are you aware of the times your partner is making

Elements of an Apology

From Rosalind Wiseman’s  “Queen Bees and Wannabes” 1. Apologizer must have a genuine understanding of the “crime.” 2. Talk about the apologizer’s actions only. 3. No “last licks” or burying another insult within the apology. 4. Given without qualification (“I wouldn’t have done it if you had just…”) 5. Apologizer and apology must be genuine.