DiscoverMarriage to the Max PodcastEpisode 73 – The Art of Apology
Episode 73 – The Art of Apology

Episode 73 – The Art of Apology

Update: 2017-01-191
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The 1970 film “Love Story” contained an infamous line that perpetuated a ludicrous mindset. “Love means never having to say you’re sorry”. Gag! Anyone who’s been married for longer than, say, ten minutes knows how absurd that idea is. No matter how much we love someone, we make mistakes. And when we make mistakes, we need to know how to apologize well. If you need help with crafting more artful apologies, listen to today’s episode with Kellie and Brett Hurst of Home Encouragement.


Episode 73 – The Art of Apology by Kellie and Brett Hurst

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Brittany D

I know this is an old podcast but this is great. I have a husband who hardly ever apologizes & when he does they are the 10cent ones for the $10,000 offense. They are very passive aggressive, they are placing the blame back on me, and the non empathetic. How does this change? I’ve tried to explain how his apologies don’t mean anything to me because he’s not there, they aren’t an apology.

Jun 17th
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Episode 73 – The Art of Apology

Episode 73 – The Art of Apology

brett and kellie hurst