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Everyday Invalidations The Invalidation Of Loss

I am back to this which is a sub set of Change, Loss and Grief.  Loss is denied, invalidated and often repressed.  As I read Ernest Becker there seems to be more evidence that it is what we do best, deny … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Change, Loss And Grief

Regardless of what school of change thought I read I continue to return to the above words. How come?  Could it be an unconscious connections to my own losses in life yet to be processed or that the trauma associated … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidation Hard Luck And Drama Stories Of Change

How did I come up with that title?  I just listened really hard to people.  I am not talking about the marginalized or the impoverished.  I listened to learned academics and senior professionals in all levels of government, banking, IT, … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations The Real Problem

My guess about the real problem is the we still do not do emotions very well.  We don’t grieve change and loss at least in Canada and/or North America.  Our social system is one of intellectual invalidation, a dismissal if … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Change, Job Loss And Grief

These are disruptive and tumultuous times not to mention fragmented.  Plants close, business move away, people are fired, laid off, quit, get injured or go on leave.  Those are changes some are losses.  I find that often as a group … Continue reading

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Everyday Invaldations Anticipatory Grief And The Aspect Of Change

I wanted to write this short note as I am reading the work of Dr. Elisabeth Kubler Ross in preparation for my Certified Change Agent (Batchelor) written case study submission and I am devouring a book written by Steve Sammartino … Continue reading

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