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Best of Our Blogs: March 28, 2017

I just spent thirty minutes trying to teach my son how to say, ‘please’ and ‘thank you.’ It’s ironic when signs of disrespect and impoliteness reigns over courtesy and kindness these days. It’s much easier to be rude than civil. It’s much easier to ignore race, discrimination and even illness than to openly communicate about it. I think we’re trying to get our bearings as a country. We’re done with being pc. But we don’t yet no how to communicate in an open, curious way that invites conversation and not judgment. Since we don’t have the privilege of waiting for the world to change, we need to work on what we can change-ourselves. The theme this week is the impact of childhood on our current lives. Scapegoating and other symptoms of dysfunctional families can raise narcissistic, unhappy and disrespectful adults. These posts will prevent your difficult past from interfering with your life. You Don’t Get a Childhood When You Grow Up in an Alcoholic Family (Happily Imperfect) – If your

Source: Best of Our Blogs: March 28, 2017



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