Hey, guys, Kyle Corbett here. And I’m sorry, not sorry. I actually say that more often times than I say I’m sorry. I now choose the things to be sorry for, and my apologies need to be meaningful. It throws me back to when I was a little kid. My sister and I would get in a fight, my mother would make me apologize, and I would say, “Sorry.” That didn’t count for her. You needed to be sincere and it needed to be meaningful. And when I felt that I shouldn’t need to say that I’m sorry, I would discuss that. So being aware of what you actually need to be sorry for and what you need to apologize for might actually be more important than saying the words I’m sorry.