"I'm sorry." It's what you say when you've said something callous or even intentionally mean to someone in the heat of the moment. I get it. Love doesn't mean never having to say you're sorry.
And yes, Mark Zuckerberg finally admitted he was sorry, five interminable days later. But no, it wasn't enough. "I'm sorry I was found out" is not the stuff of an apology, especially not where the dismantling of democracy on a global scale is the intended outcome.
Let me put it this way. If a loved one says something mean in order to be mean, I take that seriously, and their apology had better be sincere. If a loved one were to hit me, we're in another kind of place altogether, a serious "you do not have access to me" place.Read More