Tag: apologies


When I hear that word, I start channelling my inner-Shakespeare: ‘…I hate the word, as I hate hell, all [insert whatever you hate most in the world], and thee.’ (Tybalt, Act 1 Scene 1, Romeo and Juliet)

Now I hear your question: ‘What’s wrong with the word “sorry”?  Isn’t that what we all want to hear from others?’  Yes, there’s nothing as satisfying as an apology that is owed to you, but picture this scenario:  I’m starting to take in exam papers at the end of the session. Continue reading “Sorry”