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Congrats hon! I'm glad you got out of that environment. Hopefully the corporate environment will prove more supportive.

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I love the courage! BY the way courage is the harmonic of fear.

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Honorable Member     United States of America, Virginia, Fairfax
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When I know they realize the faux pas I just let it bake for a moment and have its way to transform their mind then I let them off the hook. By assuring them in a calm manner that we all make mistakes, it humanizes both of us and relaxes the relationship. That's a win all around. I now have some of the healthiest conversations with long term friends and acquaintances and encounter very little eggshells effect. If anything, I think it strengthens the connection and helps them clear their mind on needing to embrace my change. There are detractors, but they make themselves known really fast and require a different approach. In many cases those are the ones that just won't come around, so I don't dwell on it nor waste my precious time on them. If they had valued our relationship then they would have already started trying to find a way. If you can't tell I'm a more "flies with honey than with vinegar" girl.

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Reputable Member     United States of America, Washington, Seattle
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What a wonderful approach! Love the fact that this also brings your relationship closer together with those who do accept you!

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