I chose the article from kidshealth, Apologizing reviewed by D'Arcy Lyness, PhD.
The reason for my choice is because I feel like everyone could read this to help with them, and it was a good way to help people on how to apologize and empathy. One thing I really learned from this (And was also my favorite part.) was, "Sometimes a heartfelt "I'm sorry" fixes everything right away. Other times, it might take a while for someone to get past feeling upset. You may need to give the other person some time. Even after you say you're sorry, you might still feel bad about what you said or did — but you can feel good about apologizing, fixing the mistake, or making up your mind to do better." The article was also divided into different headings, Why