RE : why do people act like garam apologizing would have changed anything

  • Things wouldn't be the way they are. Prevention is better than cure.



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  • Assuming the accusations are true:


    An apology doesn't change much unless the victim is ready to accept it. An immediate apology would however have shown that she understands that bullying is wrong and hurtful and that she regrets it.


    I don't know if there was an apology in private back when it happened, but even if...why not apologise again? For fear of looking like the bigger person?

    It would have been a lot more graceful. She could have shown that she's changed and that she is willing to accept responsibility for her actions. Refusing to apologise and denying everything could end up being a very bad look if the accusations turn out to be true.

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