Tag Archives: respect

Spoiled Kindness

Reading the journal entry  “Edible Donations”  – Just those two words made me smile and brought back a flood of memories, but it also became another topic of clinical supervision. The issue was I am an avid gardener. I would … Continue reading

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Advice from a Horoscope

Today is a 7 — Imagine the perfect results. Finish up what you’ve begun. Build strong foundations by organizing and planning. Edit your persuasive argument carefully. Make your best case. Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your … Continue reading

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Conflict of Interest

I work for a large corporation. Over the last five weeks, while we’re all working remotely during the stay-at-home orders, the number of meetings scheduled outside normal business hours has increased. It’s as if people just assume everyone is always … Continue reading

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Judgmental Employees

Q: As a manager, I always strive to maintain a professional demeanor in discussions with employees. But when critical and judgmental people try to twist the meaning of my words, I tend to freeze and shut down. This ends the … Continue reading

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Have Boundaries

People who own it  know what they will and will not. Boundaries are important because they set basic guidelines of how you want to be treated. Boundaries telling others to call you when they learn how to respect you. Positively … Continue reading

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