“Thanks for (your) understanding”Many

“Thanks for (your) understanding”

Many of us have a tendency to over-apologise for everything from our appearance and feelings, to being confused or delayed by extenuating circumstances. 

Thanking someone else for their understanding shifts the focus onto what they’re experiencing. Substitute “Thank you for understanding” the next time you need to duck out early to pick up your child or turn in something later than expected.

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