How do you respond to Sorry for delay?

How do you respond to Sorry for delay?

How do you respond to Sorry for delay?

Try something like this:

  1. Thank you so much for your thoughtful note last month! Also, my apologies for the slow reply; transitioning into this new role has been a little overwhelming, but I’m excited.
  2. Sorry for the delayed response.
  3. My sincere apologies for the slow reply; I’d hoped to get back to you sooner.

What is delay in response?

Many physiological processes have a delay before they begin to respond to a stimulus. Such physiological delays are termed reaction time, or response latency, or simply response delay. In these processes, there is a period of time between the onset of the stimulus and the beginning of the response.

What does it mean if a girl apologizes for not responding?

It could mean that your assumption was wrong. There are lots of reasons why people might not reply to a text. Since she apologized, maybe she has a good — or at least a valid — reason.

What causes delayed response?

Bradyphrenia is the slowness of thought common to many disorders of the brain. Disorders characterized by bradyphrenia include Parkinson’s disease and forms of schizophrenia consequently causing a delayed response and fatigue.

How do you respond to an apology ex text?

Try saying: “Thank you, I needed to hear this apology. I really am hurt.” Or, “I appreciate your apology. I need time to think about it, and I need to see a change in your actions before I can move forward with you.” Don’t attack the transgressor, as hard as it may be to hold back in the moment.

Is Never mind reply to thank you?

Anyway, it should be used after someone’s thanked you for a gift or for change in a shop, etc. If someone were to disappoint you but you were to ignore it and they thanked you for it, then you might say “never mind”. That would be a lot rarer though. I would never use “never mind” as a substitute for “you’re welcome”.

Can effects of stress be delayed?

A new study has shown how a single instance of severe stress can lead to delayed trauma. A stressful incident can lead to increased electrical activity in a brain region known as the amygdala.