Why do we say things we shouldn’t?

You can always say that you are sorry, and that you are at a loss for words and don’t know what to say.

By BATYA L. LUDMAN
August 16, 2017 20:31
Gossip

Gossip. (photo credit: MARK HOFFER/MCT)

 
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