Yes, I’ve heard of lots of women who advocate for taking responsibility when they hurt others, including the men in their lives. I just wrote an article about how apologies are the glue of all relationships.
Brene Brown, who is wildly popular with women, is offering an entire course on apologies.
The Art of Apologizing: Sharpen Your Sorry Skills - Tips on Life and Love
Have you ever had a bad (or back-handed) apology destroy a relationship? Do you freeze when you try to think of the…
So being apoplectic might feel good, but you don’t really have much substance to stand on.
Everybody needs to take responsibility for themselves and for the ways that they interact with other people. Everybody needs to learn how to self-reflect, access their emotions, and manage them in adult ways. There’s room for everyone to improve, but historically men have been actively discouraged from doing this by the rules of what is considered acceptable masculine behavior. I don’t see what’s so wrong with acknowledging that historical deficit and attempting to rectify it, particularly when it’s other men who are leading the charge.