This is how you do it.
When things have the possibility of getting incredibly violent, reduce confrontation as quickly as possible.
My favorite writer on writing died. William Zinsser, author of “On Writing Well” recently passed away. He was 92 years old. Was his book any good? I don’t know. It sold 1.5 million copies.
Between those two moments is sandwiched me, squeezed into the blueprint of an adult along the way.
Imagine if someone asked, “Would you invest in this company?” Your answer is going to be similar. With a few additions.
Ultimately, there is nothing to practice.
A friend listens. A friend is curious.
Presence will always solve this moment’s problems.
I was always stuck because I was pretending to be someone I wasn’t in order to get something I ultimately lost.
I feel I need to make a post about this. Tell a story. Make it poignant.