Intent vs. Impact! Or, the Fundamental Attribution Error

"People are pretty much alike. It's only that our differences are more susceptible to definition than our similarities."  ~ Linda Ellerbee This and next week, I'm taking my turn on the other side of the classroom, taking a 40-hour mediation training class, 8:30am-5:30am. Doing so, I've swiftly been reminded that learning is exhausting. A concept... Continue Reading →

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Resolving to Reduce Mixed Messages – Understanding Interactions’ Content & Relational Levels

"831" I've recently learned this is texting slang for "I love you." It translates to something along the lines of "eight letters, three words, one meaning." (Back when pagers were the rage, it was 143, representing the number of letters in each word. That's right, folks - PAGERS.) The thing is, the idea behind it... Continue Reading →

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