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Lean In…and Listen, part 4 of 4.

May 9, 2017

Sheryl Sandberg names three myths people cling to in times of adversity and grief —

“The first is that they’re somehow responsible for what happened to them.

“The second is that sadness must carpet their lives from wall to wall.

“And the third is that they will never feel any better.”

Belinda Luscombe writes, “Ever the communicator, Sandberg calls these mistakes the three p’s: thinking about adversity as personal, pervasive and permanent.”

— Want to know more?

Want to know how to talk to a loved one who is suffering? Hit this link: http://time.com/4737347/sheryl-sandberg-option-b-excerpt/

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