You just have to be there and see them do it.
It's all about what it means to be truly sorry.
By no means are we guaranteed. But I like where we're at now.
If I was in America, it would be permissible and, indeed, even expected to do that. But on this side of the Atlantic, it's considered just a teeny-weeny bit tacky.
One must never have spared oneself, one must have acquired hardness as a habit to be cheerful and in good spirits in the midst of nothing but hard truths.