Do you put a period or a comma after “I’m sorry”?

If you are putting a comma, then think about this.

When you qualify your apology you minimize the apology and put the blame for your actions/reactions on the other person.

What impact does this have on your marriage or your other relationships? It tears them down instead of building them up.

Take responsibility for and take control of yourself. Make the changes now!

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