You’ve heard of love languages and attachment styles, but have you ever heard of apology languages? Coined by Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas, the same man who is known for defining the love language styles, apology languages are the way you receive and give remorse over your actions.
Similarly to how some people may better interpret affection through gifts or acts of service, there are different ways people give and receive apologies.
What if you tell someone, “I’m sorry,” verbally, but that expression isn’t what they’re looking for? Behavioral changes are what they need to actually move on, but you genuinely gave them words instead.Read more on themighty.com