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Subject:on the subject of maturity From:Anita Legsdin <anita -dot- legsdin -at- watchmark -dot- com> To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Tue, 8 Jan 2002 14:36:16 -0800
I can't resist saying this, sorry. :-) And if it's already been brought up,
forgive me, because I'm on the digest.
Someone on the list said:
"I used to find a lot more people disagreeable and hard to work with than I
do now, something I attribute to my growing up, not the general nicening
<g> of the population."
And I reply--I used to be a doormat and let people walk all over me,
smiling all the way. No one was difficult to deal with, because I said yes
all the time. Now I've learned to say no and push back. Does that make me
difficult to work with?
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