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ep 6: “Sorry not sorry” & other sh*t you should actually be sorry for

Welcome back, friends! This week Deanna & Frances are talking about apologies. All kinds of, “I”m sorry.” Apologies that are long overdue, apologies that never come and apologies for sh*t we shouldn’t actually feel sorry about. 

(2:05) Deanna talks about apologizing for something she posted on Instagram that upset some followers. She also talks about the importance of dropping our ego, acknowledging when we inadvertently screw up on social media and how to fix it. (5:15) Frances & Deanna “nerd out” a bit and talk about Dialectical Behavior Therapy techniques in managing relationships during disagreements.

(9:35) Deanna talks about how she deals with trolls on the Internet. (11:00) Frances gives tips about how to be the bigger person during an argument and talks (14:10) about times when you should have said you were sorry but didn’t. When someone calls us “emotional” as an insult (16:20) and how we dealt with it in our 20’s. (18:30) Dating, “ghosting” people and telling people when you are no longer interested. Parenthood is also discussed (19:00), apologies owed to your children and passive aggressive texting (29:30.)

(29:55) Deanna & Frances talk about the importance of letting people know when they hurt you (even though it’s not always easy) so they have an opportunity to apologize (no one is a mind reader.) Lastly, (33:15) the girls talk about sh*t we should not be sorry for. 

Hi Friends! I run the Instagram Accounts @HilariousHumanitarian & @HumanitarianMom I am a Psychotherapist, Writer, Advocate, Educator & Life Coach. I am really passionate about the field of Mental Health, the ways in which humans connect with one another and optimizing our time on Planet Earth. I believe humor is a connector and opens doors where they otherwise would have been closed.

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