Apology Language

Apology Language

Have you ever heard of an Apology Language? I hadn't until recently and decided to do some investigating. I am a diehard Love Language fan and inevitably give the homework assignment to all of my couple’s counseling clients. Now I am all in on these Apology Languages. In relationships not only do we have a particular way we need to receive love, we also have a manner in which we need to receive an apology.

Love Language

Love Language

I can recall times leaving our appointments happy and holding hands, and other sessions walking out barely speaking to one another. It was a journey for sure, but one I feel was needed to build the strong foundation we have today, especially being a millennial married couple. One thing we both took from our time in counseling was the concept of love languages.

Selfish or Nah?

Selfish or Nah?

There is just not enough time in the day to do for myself at times. I don’t want to be seen as selfish when I declare I need a moment alone. I desire time to just cater to myself and shut everyone else off. Family, friends, and clients included! My body always reminds me when I need to slow down and have some me time and I always listen.