“Compassionate Conversation: Tips and Techniques” by Orinda Darling

The following is adapted from a Relief Society lesson. One of the best compliments I’ve ever gotten is, “I keep forgetting you have a husband.”  I’ve trained my speech over years to use the first-person plural “we” only when strictly necessary, in part because I find it alarming how quickly individual identities become completely subsumed […]
Rachel Rueckert is the current editor in chief of the Exponent II Magazine. She is the author of EAST WINDS.

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