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Apology Languages Test

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apology-languages

Your primary apology language is expressing regret.

Regret:
People whose apology language is “expressing regret” prize apologies that communicate and sincerely express that the other person regrets what they have done. Individuals with this apology language also assign priority to being able to list down, enumerate, and acknowledge the hurtful effects of actions while showing remorse.
 

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Repentance: People whose apology language is “genuinely repenting” see a tangible change of behavior (or the promise thereof) as an essential component in apologies. To them, a sincere apology is evidenced by making (or wishing to make) specific commitments or plans to better oneself as a person and then following through in those areas. To people with this kind of apology language, actions speak louder than words.
 
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