Monthly Archives: March 2007

What to do with Criticism

Normally, when someone (let’s call them person A) says something about someone else (we’ll call this person B), our tedency is to believe it without questioning it. But this isn’t always the right thing to do. The people listening need … Continue reading

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Quick Housekeeping Note

Today, I split a previous entry, Responsibility and Denial, into two separate entries, because that entry was really about two related but separate topics. The new entries are titled Understanding Denial and What to do with Criticism.

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Understanding Denial

People in denial often state their denials in this form: “I’m not ___” or “I do ___,” when in fact they are ___ or they don’t ___. For example, someone might say, “”I’m not the kind of person to find … Continue reading

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Mystery Message: Runaway Daughter

I got a spiritual tap on the shoulder, so to speak, to post this message. I am going on faith that it is an accurate message that will reach the person it is intended for. I would like to comment … Continue reading

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