Monthly Archives: December 2012

Sitcom Rules for Our Lives

Now and then (okay, way too often) I misread someone’s humor and become angry.  If you remember, it is my primary emotion.  During one of these moments, someone mentioned how much easier life would be if we were in a … Continue reading

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100 Blog Posts…100 Lessons

This is it, my 100th Blog Entry.  A friend suggested that I write about what I learned over the past year (and a few months) when I reach this milestone.  These are the lessons I learned along the way. 1. … Continue reading

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The Long Hardened Road

Photo by Jon Rawlinson accessed on Wikimedia Commons While working with a group we were discussing the stress associated with their jobs.  We discussed the role of that emotional intelligence plays in dealing with that stress, and how their glass … Continue reading

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