“I’m sorry.” she said with a voice dripping with attitude and disdain. I could tell she wasn’t really sorry. And my heart broke. I want my children to say they are sorry, but only when they really mean it.
In today’s episode of the Triumphant Minute, I’m talking about why you shouldn’t make your child say he is sorry and what you can do instead.
Why you shouldn’t make your child say he is sorry
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What do you think?
Do you make your children say they are sorry immediately after offending or disrespecting someone? How do you handle an unrepentant heart?
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