How they act when they make a mistake

We all make mistakes. But when you address it in a respectful, kind, and fair way, how do they respond?

  • Do they apologize and commit to avoiding it?
  • Do they make excuses, get defensive, or go silent?
  • Do they blame you, accuse you of making it a big deal, or go back in time and list your transgressions?

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