“You Can’t Bully Me” identifies types of bullying including not only people who call us names or make fun of something about us, but people who cut us off on the road, honk their horns impatiently; people who tell us how to live, how often to cut our grass, where to park, etc., etc.
The story was about a rich miserly white gentleman, Seth, in a small town in Mississippi who was not known for his people skills or friendly ways.
One of challenges of running a home business is organizing yourself. As someone who worked in an office, that whole environment screamed organization – file cabinets, calendars, planners, phone messages, an inbox, etc.
Those of us who have gone through the wringer either at work or at home have to deal with negative feelings and anger that floods our systems (especially those of Italian/Irish descent…)
The foundation of lasting self-confidence and self-esteem is excellence, mastery of your work.
I came across a very basic and informative booklet for those who have just begun to learn about dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
What was very telling was how our own experience as wives, mothers, ex-wives, widows, and all the baggage that comes with the privilege, led to two very different schools of thought….