• It’s Easier to be Self-Righteous When You Avoid Communication

    • Rhoda Mills Sommer
    • January 21, 2013
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    The longer you can go without input from someone else, the easier it is to convince yourself that your point of view is the only one that really matters. We all love nurturing our own beliefs. We go over & over & over something that bothers us and slowly build… Continue Reading

  • Triggers for Trouble (Especially Boredom)

    • Rhoda Mills Sommer
    • June 2, 2012
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    Any addictions counselor worth their salt, will ask a client trying to maintain their recovery to compile a list of triggers for their possible relapse. For example, weddings can be a huge trigger for people in the beginning of recovery.....all that free booze floating around is a terrible temptation or… Continue Reading

  • Wishing Our Perceptions Are Reality

    • Rhoda Mills Sommer
    • November 5, 2011
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    Reality is always to be found in the messiness in between two people. Not a week goes by without listening to massive numbers of people, who are only committed to their own point of view. I watch them completely erase the other person's concerns over & over. One example: "I… Continue Reading

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