The "Glue" of a Shared Predicament - November 14
- 2013 14 Nov
Finding Treasures in Trials...
Being neck-deep in a crisis doesn't find us saying, "Isn't this great?" Normally it gets tense, and we choke back words of anger and frustration. The secret is how we'll feel later. In most cases, it takes a couple of weeks for the "glue" of a shared predicament to set in place.
From It Takes Two to Tango by Gary and Norma Smalley.
All excerpts from It Takes Two to Tango are copyright 1997, Gary and Norma Smalley, and are used with permission.