I had a client ask me a hard question the other day.
When someone asks you a question, do you answer them honestly or do you circle around and play word games to avoid telling them the truth?
My client is very overweight – you could say that she is obese – and she asked me if I thought she was overweight?
As a health counselor, I honestly addressed her question and I answered her without hurting her feelings, we started her on a new eating and exercise regimen, and talked about why she is overweight.
If she asked YOU this question, how would you answer?
As a parent or grandparent, do you tell your family the truth when they ask for your opinion? What about teachers? Should teachers and professors answer questions according to textbook data, or reply with word games?
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We have not been told the truth about saccharin safety.
We do not know the truth behind vaccines and autism.
If you are a baby boomer, you know that word games have been played concerning the Viet Nam war, the Kennedy assassination, 9-11, the Federal Reserve, Afghanistan, and now HCQ, Ivermectin, and COVID.
What do we do to expose the truth kept secret behind the veil?
The older generation remembers what good science means. The baby boomers raised the bar on ethics. Your parents and grandparents had a higher quality education compared to today’s standards.
As responsible individuals, stay educated, use common sense, maintain a high ethical code, get involved in your local elections, and always tell the truth.
Start with being truthful with yourself.
No more word games.
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