Non-judgemental

“So, you are now caught in this whirlpool of being accused of a crime … what do you think can help you in extricating yourself from this mess?”

“My lawyers and my wealth……..”

“That is a lot of support … what is the next step that you should be taking?”

She looked flummoxed, “Aren’t you judging me or feeling disgusted? I’ve been accused of killing my daughter for money.”

“I am a coach, not a judge. I can’t decide if what you did was wrong or right, but I can help you in creating an action plan to rid yourself of guilt or get yourself out of the mess you are in.”

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17 thoughts on “Non-judgemental

  1. ” …rid yourself of guilt or get yourself out of the mess you are in

    Interesting dichotomy… and, for that matter, setting aside actual consequences from others, which is a better reality?

    T-provoking Six

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    1. A top journalist and politician accused in #MeToo has employed 99 lawyers to fight multiple cases against him. What is it other than creating psychological pressure on complainants?

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