In today’s Mental Health Check on NBC News Now, saying “sorry” doesn’t always come easy. Especially when there’s a serious mistake, it can be hard sometimes to take that initiative. However, an effective and sincere apology can help resolve conflicts, repair relationships, and ultimately, benefit both parties involved.
Dr. Jennifer Hartstein, family clinical psychologist of Hartstein Psychologist Services, joins the NBC News Now Mental Health Check, to discuss some tips on how we can effectively and sincerely apologize, the benefits of apologizing, and some various ways to say it.
Watch now as she discusses how we can effectively apologize to those we care about—our friends, spouses or co-workers.