889: Win Against Addiction Uncovers Old Afflictions | Feedback Friday
Guilt over stealing from your dad under the thrall of addiction also makes you ponder how his actions influenced your addiction. Welcome to Feedback Friday!
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On This Week's Feedback Friday, We Discuss:
- Guilt over stealing from your dad under the thrall of addiction also makes you ponder how his actions influenced your addiction. How do you come to grips with your past to break the cycle of affliction (especially now that the cost of therapy surpasses your budget)?
- Can you restore trust to a relationship once infidelity and lies are introduced? Perhaps it's more important to wonder: Should you even try?
- Do you have legal recourse against a law firm that somehow leaked your personal information in an online data breach — although you never did business with them or gave them the info in the first place, and they refuse to answer your inquiries? [Thanks to attorney Corbin Payne for helping us with another sticky situation!]
- After running the family dojo during your stepfather's cancer treatment and his subsequent surprise departure, he's returned, accusing you and your mother of theft while poaching clients for his own dojo. Do you sever ties, pay the six figures he claims he's owed, or intervene on behalf of his seemingly slipping mental health?
- You joined your current company because of its values and mission to help people, but you've seen those values shift since the death of its founder. Now the financial bottom line always trumps morality. Is there a way for an organization to strike a balance between give and take? Or should you simply give up and become another cog in the machine?
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