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  • @Maria Mooshil your response reminded me of a communication model I learned about in a training class. I've used it a few times--both professionally and personally--and it has worked really well​ in difficult situations: 1. State the facts of the situation ...

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  • Thanks for the backgrounder on Mercury in retrograde, Quinn! One of those phrasings I've always heard but didn't really know what it meant. Excellent explanation. :) To your ultimate question about what do I do to set myself up for success when communicating ...

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    Thanks for sharing this perspective @Arnie Grahl . I agree - it's easy/easier to see the aggressive behaviors in others than it is to recognize it in what we're doing. For the record, I'm just as upset/angry with cyclists who run reds, don't stop at ...

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    I have found that whatever activity I am engaged in, I am inclined to see bad, overaggressive behavior in the other camp. I cycle a fair amount, but I also drive a fair amount. When I used to ride my e-bike 10 miles to the train every morning pre-pandemic, ...

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  • I think it is definitely important to look back and applaud how we collectively adapted to the pandemic. It is cliche to say the world is constantly changing, but no less true. We will never completely return to the way things were pre-pandemic, and much ...

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