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Unformatted text preview: how different I should have acted. Another example I had was when I always yelled at my friends for doing something and yet again I had to apologize. Even after I had to keep apllogizing to my brother and sister to sound sincere I did not learn again. But this time I had gotten beaten because I was disobeying my parents when sounding sincere. This summarizes how when I gave a “bad aplogy” it always turned out for the worst. This shows that bad apologys are always a bad idea and in Randy’s perspective should never be used. In conlusion from reading the Last lecture and viewing examples from my eaerly childhood we can see that whenever you give a bad apology it always turns out for the worst. So when you aplogy it is always for the best reason to stay on top and give your true apology so that everyone can move on an feel better about themselves....
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2011 for the course EDUCATION 202 taught by Professor Disasasa during the Spring '11 term at Presbyterian.
- Spring '11