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Teaching your children to say ‘I’m sorry’

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We teach our kids to say please and thank you, but why is it so hard for them to say I'm sorry?

The best method is to always lead by example. If you are quick to say I'm sorry when you've done something wrong to someone, your child will start to internalize the behavior with others.

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