686: An Abuser's Dead: Get Him Out of Your Head | Feedback Friday
Your uncle abused you when you were very young, and now he's on death's doorstep. You've resolved not to attend his funeral, though this may raise eyebrows among family who don't know the full story. So what's the least awkward way to tell your family not to expect you at the funeral? We'll try to find an answer to this and more here on Feedback Friday!
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On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss:
- What's the least awkward way to tell your family not to expect you at the funeral of the uncle who molested you when you were very young?
- How do you let a toxic employee go in the most respectful way without making enemies in the process?
- You find yourself easily distracted from the only boyfriend you've ever had. Even though you love him dearly, you question the sustainability of your relationship when your eye wanders so easily. Is your future with this man doomed?
- The sister you once considered a bit of a superhero has fallen on hard times. How can you help her?
- It's hard to have faith in your countrymen and women when they keep voting in representatives who don't have their best interests at heart. What can you do to help them see the light?
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