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A Solution to End Bitching and Complaining

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January 1, 1970
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If anyone is expecting an apology after we doubled down on the last two controversial pieces, you came to the wrong place. We're not going to apologize for encouraging people to cut the users and abusers out of their life, we're not sorry for encouraging healthy life decisions. We're not going to apologize for telling people that suicide shouldn't be viewed through rose-colored lenses. It's destructive and painful and it creates more problems than it solves. What we are going to do is offer a solution that hasn't quite hit it's stride yet, but we think it has tons of potential.When we say it hasn't quite hit its stride, we mean that it's not as...prevalent. There are some non-profits and other organizations that utilize this tool, but not many do, and truthfully it's kind of a hard sell because you have to trust that someone else truly, altruistically wants you to succeed.Mentorship.A mentor is different from a parent, a teacher, or a boss. With a mentor, their advice comes with no conditions. You won't be punished by them for not taking their advice, you're not taking their test, you aren't beholden to them for a paycheck. And even though a mentor can be any one of those people in your life, when they put on their "mentoring hat" those other roles fade away. See a mentor is open to your ideas, your perspectives, and your problems and at the end of the day has your best interest at heart.They don't want you to make the same mistakes they did and they offer a different perspective or validate your intuition.Now obviously, like us, they are human and fallible.

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