Misunderstandings based on uninformed patterns can be joyous in their resolution.
For about a year I’ve been collecting data on a certain tradition a loved one has. My data led me to a logical conclusion: the tradition occurred only when I wasn’t around, so I presumed my absence was the key to the tradition. I knew I could not always be present. It wasn’t healthy for either of us.
Let’s use a simple, obvious example from my past Continue reading