4 Ways To Make Your Apology Count

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4 Ways To Make Your Apology Count
4 Ways to Say “I'm Sorry” After Lying to Your Spouse

As we mentioned above, make sure that when you say “yes,” you can and will actually follow through.

Re-focus your attention on your marriage and your partner. Remind yourself why you are in this relationship and what you love about your mate. Let your feelings of love and appreciation motivate you.
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Reverse the damage that lying does to trust and connection by following the advice in Susie and Otto's free Relationship Reverse Report.

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Susie and Otto Collins are relationship coaches and authors who help couples communicate, connect and create the passionate relationships they desire.



 

Location: Columbus, OH
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Specialties: Communication Problems, Couples/Marital Issues
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