One lesson that comes very hard to some kids is learning to say, “I’m sorry.” But it is a very important part of getting along with people. Some people feel that apologizing makes you look weak. But it actually takes a lot of strength. And when there are no apologies, a wronged person can distrust you for a very, very long time. Saying “I’m sorry” is the only start to healing a hurt relationship. Check out our guest post over at CatholicMom.com – it’s a fun Bible game, where children have an opportunity to practice this concept and get comfortable with the feeling that goes with apologizing to someone.
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