Ep. 150 Sarcasm - Heidi Benjaminsen Coaching

Ep. 150 Sarcasm

Sarcasm may seem harmless, and possibly is it aimed at yourself.  But there is a reason sarcasm is rarely received well.  That is because sarcasm means “to tear flesh”.  Sarcasm hurts.  Sarcasm is the least mature way to communicate and often we use sarcasm to passive-aggressively communicate we want someone to change.

Listen as Heidi explains what sarcasm really is, what to do when we want to be sarcastic to others.  (Hint, it doesn’t involve speaking…). Listen to hear how to handle sarcastic comments aimed at us.

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I help mothers of teenagers create inner confidence, calm and happiness.  The more anchored a mother is, the more secure her children will feel.  Calm is contagious.

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