Appreciate your words, Jess, and understand first hand how difficult life can be for those who are close to an addict. That being said, those who are close are the ones who more often than not give us the strength to get through the day.
The fact that you were actually going to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars with Twitter when Trump gets just as much exposure organically, for free, goes to show how inept a “digital advertiser” you are. Glad to see Jack stand up to your BS (you seem to enjoy that abbreviation).
I’m always taken back at how often agencies aren’t honest with clients. Each situation is different, but I whole heartedly believe that you and your agency were hired for a reason, kissing ass all the time not being one of them. Pick your battles, sure, but honesty is the best policy.
Totally. I don’t blame people for being guarded. My father called his approach “cautious optimism”. Addicts end up hurting the ones closest to them, so I’m all for people having a guard up. That being said, addicts need support. I’m an advocate for not abandoning someone, although that’s easier said than done. Tons of patience and care is required.