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MOAS (Millennial Over-Apologizing Syndrome) is a psychological condition that affects many people born between the years of 1985 and 2000.

Symptoms of MOAS

- Apologizing for things that do not need an apology.
- Apologizing excessively.

- Apologizing continuously even after the other person has accepted your apology
- Feelings of guilt for not meeting unrealistic expectations.
- Invalidating one’s own feelings / rationalizing them as insignificant.
- Self-Gaslighting
Person 1: Oh my god, I'm so sorry.
Person 2: You don't need to be sorry for that.

Person 1: Sorry.
Person 2: Stop apologizing. You must have MOAS (Millennial Over-Apologizing Syndrome).
by kkkkkatie May 17, 2018
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