The pseudo apology… Yes, I know that one well. It is important to note that someone who doesn’t really care, who isn’t really remorseful, or who has no empathy will “apologize” for something and then immediately turn around and do it again. Those are the people you need to get far away from quickly!
Originally posted on The Ability To Love- Recovery From Psychopathic Abuse:
I’ve tried to ignore it. Okay, I’ve chosen, until yesterday, to ignore it…him.
The Anthony Wiener drama. If you have seen this story, I don’t want to spend time repeating it as it’s quite likely you’ve probably already heard all about his sexting escapades, with not just one, but many women. And not just one prior to leaving congress, but after.
Anthony Wiener gives every indication that he is disordered. How can I tell?
His mounting list of apologies rendered meaningless through the same and repetitious behavior that he knows is wrong.
When someone has empathy, and they have hurt you, or you let them know they have hurt you, they will respond to it with apology or work with you in communication to resolve the issue with you emotionally, as well as with ACTION in curbing the behavior.
Apology, followed by corrective action, is a critical component in discerning…
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