Monthly Archives: September 2014

How Conflict Avoidance Creates Conflict, and What To Do About It

Tweet If you’re averse to conflict, and can’t bear the thought of getting yourself into one, you’re not alone. So many people would much rather have a root canal than bear the thought of actually confronting a potential conflict situation, … Continue reading

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About a Boy

Tweet Wandering through the National Mall in Washington D.C. last month, I was struck by how many adult men were wearing Captain America t-shirts. I counted five or six in at least a day and a half, and it got … Continue reading

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Assumptions Kill

Tweet In order to really give merit to our perspective on the world, we need to make sure it’s grounded in reality first. Our subjective experiences are often what constitute our “reality,” but sometimes making assumptions about situations and other people … Continue reading

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