Rosie’s learned an important lesson recently from her four-year old son whom she calls Happy.
The other day, Happy suffered a disappointment.
“I am sorry, buddy,” I told him, and he looked at me confused.
“You don’t have to say you are sorry if you didn’t do anything wrong, Mama.” He instructed me.
Funny how my four-year old is a little more adept at life lessons than I am sometimes.
You see, for a whole lotta years, I have been an apologist and, thus, a compromiser.
Before I really decided that I was just going to embrace authenticity, other people’s intentions for me be damned, I was a bit of a rampant apologist.
I was the person who compromised a whole lot in order to make other people happy….
Does this sound familiar? To read more about Rosie’s No Apologies Tour click here.
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