This is a challenge that will be so hard to do. Not because we don’t say sorry here, we do. The problem is the way we say it. Either Hubby or I could be sorry about an argument or some quick tiff that pops up, but we are too quick to say an apology. What’s worse, they apology comes out in a firm, angry tone because we just want to give up the “sorry” as soon as possible and move on. Even if we are still upset about the situation. Kristen makes a point of saying that taking a breath or two before the apology is key, and I think that’s what we need to do here. They would come out in a better tone and they would seem heartfelt to the other person, rather than seeming like a necessity in order to end the conversation.