I love him. He’s my boyfriend and we’ve been together for 7 years. We have been through some major life changes and have made it through. He’s supportive, he’s honest, and he’s our best friend.
Well, that’s not exactly true, but it’s a pretty good description of my relationship. I would go as far to say that he is the one who is stressing me out. Hes a lot older than me and has a lot of life experience, and hes a good listener. Hes not my type. Hes a lot more laid back and easy going. Hes the type who is very good at helping me out when needed. Hes not very demanding. Hes not a drama queen.
Well, not really. Hes just a great listener. Hes never complaining. Hes very understanding when I put my foot in my mouth. Hes always offering to help. Hes a great listener.
This is probably the first time we’ve had a discussion about anything having to do with our age in the office, and it was pretty easy to come to an agreement that no one should ever, ever be in an office together with a person who is older than they are. Also, I’m not very good at being a listener. I’m too busy thinking about my own stuff and trying to figure out how to fix things.
I often worry about whether I am a good listener or a good listener. My problem is that I tend to listen to myself. So now I have to try being a better listener. I am doing my best.
The only thing I think I can say is that I am better at thinking about how the team can accomplish its goals. That goes without saying.
Yes, we are all doing our best. That’s why we’re here.
But sometimes I feel as if I just want to shut up and not say anything. Im not sure why.
I think what that’s going to take is a lot of talking. Like the great Henry Ford, I have to talk to people. In a way, I am trying to figure out how to talk to people because I don’t really have any other way.
You will always need to talk to people. You are going to communicate with people through your actions and through the actions of others.