Walking Through the Door Did Not Kill Me

I got the opportunity to dance with an unpleasant situation.
Shocking, I know.

The details don’t matter much and the wide brushstrokes are that either there was a big dose of miscommunication between the other two parties involved, or someone, in an effort to cover their butt, threw me under the bus. Having done just a bit of questioning I see the latter as more…

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Born/raised in France, adulted in the U.S., now living in a Mexican village. Happiness Coach. Teacher. TEDx Speaker. Dancing with Life’s Magic & Being Guided.

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Laura

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Born/raised in France, adulted in the U.S., now living in a Mexican village. Happiness Coach. Teacher. TEDx Speaker. Dancing with Life’s Magic & Being Guided.

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