Are you the one who never apologizes? Not because you are never sorry, but because it is just difficult to deal with all the feelings of an apology. Or, are you one who says “sorry” every five minutes? You are late: “sorry.” You bump into a chair on the way into the room: “sorry.” You sit next to someone and they look at you: “sorry.” Neither of these examples is the ideal for a true apology. Pent up feelings of either needing to give a true apology or needing to hear a true apology can affect our mental and physical health.