Apology Not Accepted

Cory Bernardi
Cory Bernardi
Apology Not Accepted

The days of an apology signifying closure are long gone. Now they just open up more grievances.

Do you remember when an apology was meant to mean something?

It was offered genuinely and accepted in the spirit in which is was given. Both parties could then move on.

Something has changed in recent times which means an apology seems to be just the beginning of the process rather than an end.

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