Re: ANON: (was ANON: Mgmt, references, samples, supervisor problem)

Subject: Re: ANON: (was ANON: Mgmt, references, samples, supervisor problem)
From: Laurel Nelson <Laurel_Y_Nelson -at- NOTES -dot- SEAGATE -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 3 Nov 1998 11:56:21 -0600

Anonymous: Why don't you start by apologizing to your supervisor? You have
reached the point where you have accepted responsibility for creating the
situation, so why not see this healing process to completion by saying you
are sorry for all of the trouble you have caused? You say there is fault on
both sides. Did this situation start with you? If your relationship is
strained, then your supervisor is still angry. Why not say you are sorry
and then see what happens. After you apologize, you can reassess your
situation. Things may change in ways that you can't imagine.

Not apologizing is like putting a pile of dirty dishes in a grocery bag and
placing the bag in a closet. The dirty dishes will always be there and in
the back of your mind you'll know they are there. Sometimes you'll forget
about them, and then you'll go into the closet and SURPRISE! Those dishes
will keep getting raunchier until you take them out and wash them.

I write from experience. One little *I'm sorry* can build a mountain of

Regards, Laurel

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