The Morning After: Coping with Mind Overload

Phone call one was a continuance of a previous conversation about relational problems he is having. It is coming to a nice conclusion, but we had to hash out the latest developments. Phone call two is her asking me advice about the same topic, again, that I know she won’t listen to or follow. Phone call three is the meltdown I have been waiting for. Nothing has been dealt with so the same problem keeps coming…

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Marcy Pedersen, MBA

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Writer, analyst, life-long learner, and obsessed about improving life and work processes. Connect at marcypedersen@icloud.com

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