"I can see that - and yes, there is something to be admired in not apologizing for who you are, etc. Trump, however, has specifically stated that he does not apologize at all - and that's a stance I cannot support. "
"I can see how 'unapologetic' could be considered a virtue. It's not really about screwing-up ... it's about not apologizing for who you are, what you believe, or what you're about.
I know who I am, what I believe ...…"
"I depends on your definitions of manly. Which you will find a wide range of views on that subject here. Personally I'm happy to be free from having to act tough, leader of the household, arbiter of punishments. I'm very…"
"I remember thinking that in the 90's. Hillary Clinton, then in the news too of course, was praised as someone who made no apologies for who she was. I don't know why anyone would apologize for who she is ("Hi, I'm…"
"I don't recall GQ being a bastion of masculinity. Fashion is different - not necessarily related. There is nothing inherently masculine in refusing to apologize when you screw up. If anything, that seems a lot like not taking…"
"Interesting characterization. Probably both -- at least men or women who are inclined toward natural masculine and feminine tendencies, respectively. If you start looking for it, it's surprising how often current culture encourages…"
"On the other hand, a real man also wouldn't need to apologize for not appearing manly, either. Nor would he worry if someone else thought he didn't appear manly.
That being said: there's a general trend, from what I've seen, to…"
"If you want to know whether it works better to have common interests with a spouse, or not to, well, this is the sort of thing that evidence is relevant to. No need to speculate. Ask happily married people.
My wife and I have common…"
"Sounds good. :)
As long as you're at it, google "counseling insubordinate employee" and "counseling employees with attitude problems." You'll get lots of links to good articles by business websites and HR companies.
"Apparently my blog post is gibberish to you as well, because my blog post wasn't about any of that. And since you won't quote my blog, I can't tell where you're getting this.
Oh well, I have to quit for the night, which is just…"
"Well, her yelling at you in a public setting about company policy is pretty unprofessional, especially in front of other co-workers. If anything, she probably took offense to you keeping tabs on her showing up late and leaving early.…"
"I never said it was "bound to fail" "in every instance." I just said, "What will happen if..." In other words, what then?
What then? Well if a person understands that love is a fluid state of consciousness, that comes…"