His father passed away this year. He moved in with his parents in his hometown, Philadelphia, for his final five months. He took his father to an Eagles playoff game on a Sunday and he died the following Saturday. On Cooper’s right hand he wears his father’s wedding ring. He has brought his mother to live with him in his new home in Los Angeles.
“I love having her,” he says. “I wouldn’t have it any other way.”
But it’s not.
And it won’t be.
Some people just don’t get it. Why do they expect you to apologize when you were the one who got hurt?
If it’s a misunderstanding, clear it. Apologize properly, explain then seal it with another apology. It’s not that difficult. No one has to cry.