The Art of the Apology

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Chances are you've had to apologize sometime in your life -- whether you felt you did something wrong or not. But why are apologies so important, and why are they so hard to get right? We'll discuss apologies: private, public and the ones we've never made. We welcome your stories of apologies that were meaningful to you and offer you a chance to make that apology you always wish you had -- on air.

Guests:

Nick Smith, associate professor of philosophy at the University of New Hampshire, and author of "I Was Wrong: The Meanings of Apologies"

Fred Luskin, director of the Stanford University Forgiveness Project; professor of clinical psychology at Sofia University; and author of "Forgive for Good"

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