Psychology’s Julie Exline discusses why it’s so hard to genuinely say “I’m sorry”

Can you say ‘I’m sorry’?

Los Angeles Times: The apology is one of the most powerful gestures can make toward another, but often individuals have difficulty extending sincere apologies. Julie Exline, assistant professor of psychology, said that, “because levels of narcissism are higher than they used to be in our culture, there is evidence that apologizing might be harder than it used to be.”

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