Category Archives: Reading

Apology Annihilator

Apologies are easy, or so it would seem. We utter them all the time for minor things without a second thought: “Sorry, I’m running late.” “Sorry, what did you say?” “I’m sorry, but I was here first.” But making a sincere apology is … Continue reading

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Entitlement

Every year, I send my adult daughter a check for her birthday and Christmas. She told me she prefers cash to other gifts. But she never, ever acknowledges them or thanks me. This has been going on for years! I … Continue reading

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Technology

Rediscovering this article Judge: 84-year-old doctor who doesn’t use computer can’t regain license left me a) wondering if Dr. Anna Konopka is still alive (a quick Google search produced no updates) b) reminded me of Dr. Seth Hazlitt, the fictional … Continue reading

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Keep Yours Hands to Yourself

I’m the type of person who likes to physically express my appreciation. If a co-worker helps me out or offers a compliment, I often say thanks by squeezing their hand or giving them a shoulder rub. Unfortunately, these friendly gestures … Continue reading

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Calling Anyway

When my friends ask me over FaceTime how I’m doing, I tell them that I spend a lot of time crying. It’s easier than admitting that I can’t seem to get out of bed before 2 p.m. Or wash the … Continue reading

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