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  1. Yes, I do that too. My 29 year old son does it even more than I do! He and I were just talking about that in the last few days. xo

  2. I can totally relate this! I have been working on it for years to stop saying sorry in cases where I have nothing to be sorry about. A big one for me was apologizing to cashiers in stores when I have a ton of stuff in the check out line or something rings up incorrectly and I question it. I would find myself apologizing to the cashier especially if they became visibly annoyed. But then I tried really hard to stop apologizing to someone simply because I expected them to do their job. It is a very hard habit to break! I am glad that your husband is helping you to break it! Just keep working at it, you will get there.


  3. I can certainly relate. I have a friend that points it out to me all the time. I just never want to make anyone uncomfortable and if I feel like I have, I say “sorry”. I have apologized to our furbaby too when he was with us.Good luck with your ban. TFS

  4. I used to say sorry all the time too but a friend of mine did exactly what your husband did and banned the word. I would say I’m sorry and he would say no “S” word today. Lol, it’s sounds silly but it does help. I think I’m much more aware of when and why I’m saying sorry now and don’t do it out of habit so much anymore. Thanks for the reminder 🙂 Stay safe and healthy!

  5. Omg, no wonder we are friends, because I am always saying sorry more than I need to. Part of it was I was taught as a kid to say sorry and my parents nailed it into me if I was wrong. But you are right, now I tend to say it more than I need to. Funny aside story, my FIL actually said to me in the past that I didn’t need to say sorry for little things like being at the near the counter in the kitchen if he was looking to be near it at the same time. Silly stuff like that. But still he was so right and try to keep my sorries to bigger stuff, but I am still a work in progress all these many years later. Hugs and thanks for letting me know it isn’t just me xoxo <3

“May the Lord bless you and keep you; may He let His grace shine upon you and be gracious to you; may the Lord turn His face toward you and give you peace.” Numbers 6:24-6:26 NIV Hugs from Katherine

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