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When we learn to apologize sincerely, we learn to build better relationships. It’s a skill that is often hard for adults, but imagine how much stronger our friendships and our respect for ourselves would be if we learned to apologize as teenagers. In episode 77, we explore what makes a good apology and why it’s important for teens. Also, stay tuned for an update on the latest from Taylor Swift.
In this episode, we mentioned or used the following resources:
- Kids Health: Apologizing (and Teens)
- Twitter: Dr. Nicole LePera
- Billboard: Taylor Swift Shares a Fifth Track Title from ‘Midnights’
- TikTok: Jimmy Fallon on Taylor Swift | Midnights Mayhem with Me
- HuffPost: Kristen Bell And Dax Shepard’s Rule About Arguing In Front Of Their Kids
- Lubbock Christian University: Youth Ministry Degree
- LCU Contact: David Fraze
- Podcast music by Luke Cabrera & Tobin Hodges
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Chris has worked with teens from a variety of backgrounds for over a decade. He has a desire to help teenagers make good choices while also giving their families tools to communicate more effectively as choices are made.
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Karlie was in one of Teen Life’s original support groups and has always had a heart for teenagers and the vulnerable life stage they are in. She has a wealth of experience to share from working with teens in ministry and leading support groups.
Such an important message. Apologies to God are also very critical to growth as a believer. Worship is simply,”Thank You” and “I’m sorry.”