With all the fun and frivolity surrounding a wedding, it’s easy to get busy and overlook the building blocks of a strong relationship.  Counselor Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio joined us today to talk about how apologies demonstrate strength rather than weakness and are the cornerstone to building a new history with a partner or person. Ken also warns to avoid the common false apology, such as “I am sorry but…” or “I’m sorry you feel that way”.  He notes it’s especially important to apologize to your children because it makes your child feel respected and provides good role modeling.