Tag Archives: humility

Everyday Invalidations Not Sorry!

Yup more on the subject of lack of apology.  For a lot of years I blamed others for my errors, mistakes, mess ups, etc.  I did not and will not apologize nor take any responsibility for my behavior or actions. … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Slow Fix:Confess Mistakes

A 1st chapter of Carl Honore’s book The Slow Fix is about confession of mistakes and taking the time to slow down and understand the cyclical nature of error and denial of error and the suffering it produces. Of course this … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Defenseless

I am reading The Denial of Death by Ernest Becker for the 2nd time.  My 1st reading was years ago when I had a lot more foolish energy and lack of focus. When a change intervention leaves one defenseless what then?  Defenseless … Continue reading

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Everyday Invalidations Acknowledge Your Humanity

What does this mean?  Admit mistakes, be humble and take a risk at vulnerability.

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Everyday Invalidations Won’t Apologize

I won’t do it!  I will not do it!  Why?  Because I don’t want to.  Not prepared or not ready to take action.  They can take action or change and they not ready.  Some of the social emotional wiring is … Continue reading

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