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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

The Need for More Sadness, Less Anger

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More than leading through discontentment, surviving anger seems to be the new norm. Anger appears to happen at the fringes of the left and right, yet anger resides in the middle too. Parents get angry if referees don’t make the call they feel is right. Parents get angry at teachers if their kids don’t get the grades they feel are necessary. Parents get angry at school administrators because their kids don’t get the right teachers. Parental examples of good behavior collapse. No different in org.  show all text
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