Reply To: I Had “The Conversation” With My Brother…

DeeAnn Hopings

Two things stand out for me:

  • Think about the person that you will be talking to and about how to approach them so that you can be heard.
  • Preparation!

When you do initiate the conversation, let us know here what you thought, how you prepared, what you did and how it went. What I would like to do is build a bit of a knowledge base here. As you know, you won’t be the first and you certainly won’t be the last!

Altogether, this was about my 10th or 11th time. In all cases the words were pretty much the same and my delivery was just putting out a simple statement without any odd vocal tones or hesitation. We should know that this is serious business. Anything that we might do to upset that mood is not helpful and may allow someone to think that this is BS or a “phase” or tapping into something that seems to be trendy, when in fact it is None Of The Above.

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