Tag Archives: Good for you

Have you ever been underestimated?

When my son Evan was perhaps ten years old, he turned to me and said, “Dad, have you ever noticed that when people say “Good for you” they are often being condescending?” Yes, my son understood the meaning of condescension … Continue reading

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Knowing what’s really “good for you”

I suppose we all go through a weepy teenage stage of sorts. That period in life when we feel like wounded birds bleeding complaint and laziness from our ears. Then we retreat into music of one type or another, and … Continue reading

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On hugs of condolence and congratulations

By Christopher Cudworth One of the subtle but important aspects of human behavior is the act of warmth and affection we call the “hug.” Without analyzing all the various forms of hugs, which has already been done, this is a … Continue reading

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