Excerpt from a Career Journal: Discretion

I am enjoying the research position. I do, however, have a BIG question. How do I truly keep confidentiality between parent and child, and help the child be their best self?

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The person who speaks the truth and lives up to his word is one who brings life and healing. But those who don’t mean what they say, and don’t say what they really mean destroy the spirit and trust of those who hear… not too long ago our words constituted legal contracts. Now many of our words have become nothing more than “cheap talk.”

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3 Responses to Excerpt from a Career Journal: Discretion

  1. Hamish says:

    While not specifically about speaking honestly, as a writer I feel these things all too well. I can talk about the stories my mind creates all I want, but if I don’t put the words down on the page they don’t really exist. Say what you mean, and mean what you say. Powerful words that I try to abide by every day. Thank you for sharing.

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