There is a process for a sincere apology vs a curt "I'm sorry"

Show Notes:

1:00 Sometimes "sorry" is enough and sometimes it isn't
1:14 So, I finally said something
3:20 Don't talk to me like your child
4:20 Journal or write it out to get it out of your system
4:40 You're right I'm NOT your parent
5:14 You question how I parent, so here's my response
5:50 The process for a sincere apology vs a curt "I'm sorry"
7:00 Ask if they accept your apology and give forgiveness
8:55 It may feel really uncomfortable
9:35 Look me in the eye, explain what you did, how it impacted me and ask for forgiveness
11:03 I wish everyone would own up in this fashion

Ryan Roy

Ryan's father abandoned him when he was only five years old. After getting married, his biggest fear was having a child and not knowing how to be a good dad. After studying everything he could find, writing a bestselling book, hosting 300 episodes of a popular parenting podcast, PLUS growing an immensely successful FBI Dads program at his own kids' school... Ryan has decided to share what he's learned. FBI Dads is Ryan's life mission. Ryan welcomes YOU to join him in this journey to help dads connect, be present and be a positive influence on their children.