Why you should never use a phrase that sounds like you just said it to your boss

I’m writing a post about how the word “no” is the perfect way to avoid using it when referring to a conversation, but it’s also the perfect time to use it to describe how we are all doing, according to psychologist and author Emily Hirsch.

If we have a choice between being polite or being polite, we can either choose polite and make it sound good or we can choose not to use the word at all and make the experience of talking about the topic feel awkward and uncomfortable.

Hirsch, who wrote the book The Secret to Conversational Confidence, points to a 2012 study that found that people who were polite and polite were better able to avoid saying “I’m sorry” than were people who weren’t.

And yet Hirsch found that when people use “I am sorry” as a way to mean something they aren’t, they feel uncomfortable and guilty.

“We all know that when we say ‘I’m so sorry,’ we are just trying to make it feel better and more positive,” she said.

“But in the same breath we feel that we are apologizing for something we can’t change.”

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