I was pleased to see they removed the protective wooden boards covering the windows on the Beacon Hill CVS.
I expressed my happiness to a Beacon Hill condo owner, who I happened to see on the street. He agreed, at this point, you would think my story would end. Wrong.
Instead of boring you with the details of the story, let me bring you right to the conclusion.
In your relationships—with friends, family, coworkers, clients, or especially romantic partners—how often do you seem to say (or hear): “You took what I said the wrong way!” “You didn’t understand me!” “Why can’t you see it from my point of view?”
Is it possible in today’s environment, the simple problem is we’re so grounded in our beliefs we can’t hear what the other is saying?