Human Interaction Doesn’t Have To Be Draining.

I believe if you have something someone else needs or you can give something, do it. It doesn’t mean give them the world. That is the key to interactions.

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The Journey Analogy

I use the metaphor about two people meeting each other on their journey through life to describe human interaction of any kind.

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Just a guy with some thoughts and no answers.

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