B: Believe People

“100% of the time, I am going to default to their [any minority’s] reaction because I know it’s true . . . I am no longer going to say my perspective is the right one because it’s the majority perspective.” –Jen Hatmaker, Surviving Sarah with Sarah Bragg A few years ago, I was working at a fitness facility.Continue reading “B: Believe People”

A: Ask Questions

In college, I was a social work major and one of the most impactful classes of my college career was the one where we learned how to appropriately and effectively interview clients during a therapy session. The first day of class, I walked into the classroom and reluctantly found a seat. To be honest, IContinue reading “A: Ask Questions”