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Why We Should Not Take on Other People’s Problems: A Counselor’s Perspective

Originally posted on Therapy Thoughts:
Have you ever found yourself growing frustrated because “that person just won’t listen to my advice,” or because “don’t they seem to recognize how they are hurting themselves by acting like that,” or because “I can’t believe someone could be so irresponsible.” I know I am guilty of this from… Continue reading

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Respecting Boundaries

Originally posted on Bug In Your Ear:
I might not want a hug today. But I might want one tomorrow. I might not want to talk about one thing, but am eager to talk about something else. I might not want to visit every week, or call every day, or even hear about certain things.… Continue reading

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Should You Always Listen to Your Customer?

Originally posted on Digital Business :
Is the customer always right? Not always. While listening to customer feedback, taking in reviews, and building off of complaints is helpful, it isn’t everything for your business. You can learn and understand what may be broken or what needs to be fixed – but is your company growing?   As… Continue reading

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