Monthly Archives: January, 2015

Doing Nothing, Part Deux

When my client opened the door she was clearly agitated. She studiously avoided eye contact and kept quite a distance between us. We exchanged the usual greetings; my questions were given terse, one- or two-word answers while she paced back and forth. I asked her how things had been going with her three dogs since …

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Doing Nothing

We people are doers. We like to have an effect; on other people, the environment, even animals. We like to help, and we like to see the results of our efforts. Quickly. We don’t like to wait. We can actually become anxious if what we are doing doesn’t show immediate change or result. When we …

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