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What Embarrassing Moments (and Your Response to Them) Tell Us About Ourselves

By Monica Nelson It’s one of those moments. Instant dread fills your heart, prickles of red burn in tiny pinpricks on your face, and you wish with all your might that you could reverse what just happened. Alas, you know better. You’ve just committed a faux pas – a blunder of magnanimous proportions (at least in your own mind). What comes next? How do you handle the moments, or even days, following such a lapse in apparently good judgment? When these situations happen to us, and they do happen, more than once in our lives, how people respond is a significant indicator of who they are as a person. In … Continue reading

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