“Save yourself.” That’s what a friend told me after we discussed a predicament involving a mutual acquaintance. Sometimes it’s best not to get involved in situations we cannot control even though we may think we can be of assistance. It’s difficult to allow others to make their own (bad) choices and allow them … Continue reading Sometimes It’s Best To Save Yourself
I planned my attack. In my mind I had it all mapped out: How exactly I would respond to the person who had said something hurtful and humiliating. I knew what I was going to say. After all, I rehearsed it in my mind for hours. No, days. We were at a gathering where … Continue reading Who Ultimately Wins An Argument?