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Look For a Soft Shoulder: Steering Clear of a Double-Minded Man

By: Susan Bea Good “When going downhill, and a large truck, with white smoke coming out from underneath, is fast approaching from behind, you should_______________.” (bad grammar and punctuation in original) The written exam for Part 1 of our State … Continue reading

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Abundant Ambiguity

By: Susan Bea Good Few people have the “black or white” perspective. These confident individuals have strong opinions about right and wrong, and usually don’t like to acknowledge the possibility of a “grey area.” One of my first college professors … Continue reading

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