Posts Tagged “trackers”

Good Relationships Make Good Trackers

By | April 5, 2013

Recently I noticed that higher-than-average number of the best trackers I know happen to be involved in healthy interpersonal relationships. I suspect it’s because when we come at our relationships sideways by enabling and speaking indirectly, or by manipulating and feeling victimized, we do the same with the animals we track. Even though we might […]

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