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No one is right all of the time. Get over your pride and admit you're wrong.

Step 1: Relax
Relax and stay calm when you acknowledge that you are wrong.

Step 2: Avoid excuses
When you apologize, avoid making excuses. A simple "I'm sorry" is appreciated more than an "I'm sorry, but I was really busy."

Maintain eye contact while you're apologize.

Step 3: Admit your mistake
Be honest and admit your mistake. State what you're apologizing for.

Step 4: Understand
Try not to wallow in feelings of guilt. Understand that everyone makes mistakes. No one is right all of the time.

Step 5: Learn
Learn from your mistakes. You're a better person for it.

Did You Know?
President Ronald Reagan signed a bill in 1988 apologizing for the internment of Japanese Americans in concentration camps in the United States during World War II.

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