I really don’t want to talk about this.
It makes me sad. It makes me uncomfortable. It brings up painful memories.
An article was written in the New York Times last week that hit a nerve.
Not with me, but you.
(I hadn’t read it yet.)
Five of you forwarded it to me and suggested I discuss it in my podcast.
(I read it. I didn’t want to talk about it.)
Then my lawyer friends started sharing it on Facebook.
(Ugh. This probably meant I needed to talk about it.)
And so I did.
I allowed myself to be uncomfortable. I tried to avoid focusing on statistics which would have been the easier approach. I just shared my thoughts as best I could.
You may not want to talk about it either. I get it.
It may not be an episode you want to listen to.
In fact, you might really want to avoid it at all costs.
Which is probably why you need to listen to it as much as I needed to talk about it.
You can listen to the episode HERE.
And if you’re willing, you can come have a conversation with me below.
We need to be talking about it…
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