Who’s in your sleigh? A reflection for a smoother ride.
We don’t always get to choose who we we work with, or even live with, but we can choose to be open, accepting and thankful. In my family, we are all very different, but we are all Fords. And we always be: diversity is a reality, but inclusion is a choice.
So what’s your story? Someone may be needing to hear it.
John Koenig writes in The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows: It’s a calming thing, to learn there’s a word for something you’ve felt all your life but didn’t know was shared by anyone else. In my daily work as language coach, when a student confesses how overwhelmed they feel regarding a complicated situation with a colleague,…
Covid blues? Let’s talk about it!
“I think that guys are having a harder time with mental health during the Covid pandemic.”, my student asserted. “You think so? Why?”, I questioned. “We were talking over a glass of wine on Saturday night, and my boyfriend admitted he was finding it tough these days.”, she explained. In the end, our discussion wasn’t…