Assumptions are not always correct. Accusations lead to defensiveness.
What we are talking about has taken a back seat to the way we talk about it.
It’s certainly easier to make assumptions about people than it is to spend time getting to know someone.
Three steps to get you started.
When it comes to caregiving needs the four assumptions below have always shown up in one way or another.
As the saying goes, if we’re fortunate it’s something we all get the opportunity to do.
The people we look up to are just as human as we are.
In today’s episode, we’ll discover how these assumptions can lead to resentment and learned helplessness. We’re going to dive into some specific actions you can take to prevent this from happening in your relationship.
Ally Fogg provides a powerful metaphor for the traffic life throws at us from different directions.
She’s just being a kid.
The Jack Story.
Male and female categorization often centers on observable clues, and that’s problematic.
Ten reasons why saying “you’ll find someone” to a single person is highly disrespectful.
“There’s a flip side to everything,” the saying goes, and in 2 minutes, Derek Sivers shows this is true in a few ways you might not expect.
Prerna Bakshi describes what hearing, but not being heard feels like.
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