"My mom and dad told me over the years that I was a funny little kid, when I was very young. Whenever anything went wrong in our home—a spilled drink at the kitchen table, a lost item from a room, a torn sock, you name it—I apologized for it. Even if it clearly wasn’t my fault, I felt I needed to seek forgiveness. I supposed I’d seen enough examples when I was the culprit that I felt I might as well go ahead and say I’m sorry.
Since becoming an adult, my ways have changed."
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The above comes directly from the Tim Elmore's September 27, 2018 article.